Most coaches will focus on a single need – "I'm a high-performance coach"; "I'm a wellbeing coach"; "I'm a communication coach", "I'm a leadership coach". But what happens when you hire a productivity coach to help a colleague manage their workload, when their disorganisation is just the symptom, and imposter syndrome the cause?
I'm an integrative coach: my approach to coaching recognises that your organisation is made up of complex and unique individuals with nuanced and overlapping needs that can't be put in a box. My job is to offer the exact support they're looking for, moment by moment, to help them navigate the change they're going through, or create the change they want to make.
In order to make progress with any topic, four things must be in place: an ethical coaching space of acceptance, recognition and optimism; an open, committed and honest client, who brings a clear challenge or ambition to each session; a listening, observing and questioning coach, who brings a mixing deck of coaching skills to the table; and a powerful coaching process.
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