What does a coach do? A coach sets clients up with a process that may be long or short-term, instead of regular sessions. In coaching, a client works with a coach, in order to clarify goals and identify obstacles and problematic behaviors in order to create action plans to achieve desired results. The process of life coaching takes the client’s current starting point as an acceptable neutral ground and is action-based from that point onward. A coach enables the client to take control of their life and take action to steer it toward their goals.
Coaching Benefits: Coaching benefits clients by creating the space for them to move forward in the area of their choice. Coaches co-create the pathways toward improved capacity for well being, productivity, and goal attainment.
Clarity is a significant benefit found by most coaching clients. The coach walks with clients on a journey toward self-awareness and collaborate on concrete action plans that move them forward. The process helps to create a new way of being in the world that allows for clients to move over obstacles that, in the past, have stalled personal and professional progress.
Accountability is another benefit of coaching. This helps measure successful movement toward desired goals. Milestones set and reached invigorate clients on their path to successful goal attainment. The inclusion of accountability forces humans to take more multidimensional views in their cognitive processing