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What does coaching provide? For some people it provides accountability, direction, inspiration, focus, someone to listen to you, support and validation. Some people want someone else to share the wins with. Others want a firm kick in the butt. But the bottom line is, we’re normally after a specific result that makes a ~difference~ in your life.

Coaches are trained to listen, to observe and to customize their approach to individual client needs. They seek to elicit solutions and strategies from the client; they believe the client is naturally creative and resourceful. The coach’s job is to provide support to enhance the skills, resources, and creativity that the client already has.

Professional life coaching is a creative process that empowers people to make positive changes in their lives. It could involve making changes in career, transition, health and wellness, parenting, small business development, relationships, or corporate and organizational development.

As a coach trained in the Co-Active model by the Coaches Training Institute, “we operate from a foundation of respect and trust that each individual has inherent value to add. We listen with deep curiosity and intent to discover and build on each other’s ideas and intentions. We create designed alliances with explicit shared expectations of roles and outcome so we can both support and challenge each other in action.

The job of the coach is to ask questions, listen and empower rather than instruct and advise. We also believe that all parts of people’s lives – their careers, relationships, recreation, personal growth, and finances for example – are interrelated and may be addressed on the way to the client’s goal. We coach the whole person to extraordinary results.” – Coaches Training Institute

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