The life/personal coaching approach helps you to know yourself better by exploring you and your surroundings. It helps you to understand your inner voice while magnifying the purpose of what is happening to you in your life. This form of coaching helps you define your deepest values, beliefs and your sense which builds a strong and healthy foundation for growth and a journey to a more fulfilling life.
Change & Transition Coaching
We are all in transition at some point in our lives. If you are going through a transition in your life, feel like you are stuck in a rut, or considering making a life change, navigating change is one of the most important life skills you can have. This is because change is constant throughout life – sometimes you are the creator and initiator of the change and often life will just lay it on you! While some life events are clearly out of your control, you can always be in control of your perceptions, choices and responses to any change. Change and transition coaching navigates the ‘grief cycle’ while diminishing resistance and fear.
Balance & Time Management Coaching
One of the most common complaints of clients who want life balance coaching is that their plate is fuller than full. So then how can we create an alternative to the demands of this fast-paced, over-busy society? This is a question that this form of coaching aims to help you answer. The balance between self-care & personal development is an ongoing art but it can be mastered through the facilitation of balance and time management coaching.
Whether you need help reconsidering the current direction of your career or you need help making a career change, professional and career coaching can be helpful to you as it guides you through a process of healing after an unpleasant situation related to your (previous) job. Your Coach will support you during your job search and get you ready for the next, and this time fulfilling, career step!
Small Organization/Business Coach
This form of coaching is aimed at those who are in any way related to a business with the intention of making that business grow. Often the coaching client is self employed, but this is not a must. A coach helps you to define goals, supports you to recognise ways in which the business can improve, set realistic timeframes, and challenge yourself to achieve your end goals. Examples of Business Coaching subjects are financial success, operational effectiveness and overall business performance.
Group Coaching/Facilitator Coaching
This form of coaching offers an opportunity to create change and build friendships with a group of like-minded individuals. Group coaching participants benefit from ‘peer learning’ which can offer more time for the reflection and integration of their insights. Masterful group coaches step back and create a strong process framework for the coaching to emerge.
Group Coaching for Teens & Mentorship Program
The Coaching process for Teens requires a unique approach in preparing them for adulthood. Teens face enormous challenges, can become overwhelmed, and may be tempted to give up. Coaching provides them with their own cheerleader as well as a guide to help them reach their full potential.