My Coaching Philosophy
In today’s world, coaching as a profession and offering is becoming mainstream in business, government, non-profit organizations, education/schools and homes.
When I selected my coaching program, I chose The Coaches Training Institute (now the Co-Active Training Institute). I was drawn to the Co-Active model for its focus on the Client’s BEing (Co) and their committed participation in their growth and transformation (Active).
In Co-Active Coaching, clients experience growth, discovery and transformation. I create space and demonstrate a deep appreciation for the client’s creativity, resilience and inner knowing. The client moves into action by actively practicing and integrating what they have discovered, through choice, action and commitment.
From me, the client experiences deep listening, curiosity, intuition, a deepening of insight and prompting to forward action, all in service to the client’s transformation.
My coaching approach is grounded in the Four Cornerstones of the Co-Active Model: 1) people are Naturally Creative, Resourceful and Whole, 2) coaching requires Dancing in the Moment, a 3) Focus on the Whole Person, and 4) Evoking Transformation.
Leadership development goes beyond problem solving, fixing, improving performance and goal setting. Through coaching, you, as leader, will experience expanded awareness that supports all aspects of your work and life. You will gain a greater sense of personal empowerment and confidence.
Coaching is not therapy or consulting. In coaching we explore beliefs, perspectives, what is getting in your way, your purpose, your values, how you communicate and your leadership style. Throughout our coaching, I will be the catalyst for you to gain insights and take empowered action. My purpose is not to advise or choose for you. You are in the driver’s seat as we focus on your desired goals and intentions.
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