One of the most difficult skills of coaches is turning the topic or problem into a clear desired outcome for the session, and then monitoring if the outcome shifts or changes during the conversation. The coaching agreement is the foundation for creating mental and life shifts. However, this Is not an easy process as clients struggle to say what they really want. How can you bring this picture forward?
· Discover the importance and ways you can shift your clients from focusing on the external problem to defining what the client can change or create instead.
· Perform three steps in mental preparation to increase presence and more effectively coach even when emotions and distractions emerge.
· Use reflective techniques as well as powerful questions to “vertically coach” deeper to define the outcome and what is keeping clients from moving forward.
· After observing a coaching demonstration, participate in an interactive Q&A session to explore ways of integrating the learning into your own coaching practice.
2. Embodies a Coaching Mindset
3. Establishes & Maintains Agreements
4. Cultivates Trust & Safety psychological safety.
5. Maintains Presence
6. Listens Actively
7. Evokes Awareness
8. Facilitates Client Growth