Why Do This Program?
1-1. Establishing Trust
Without trust between you and your client, the coaching relationship can go no where. With it, there is almost no limit to what your client can do with your assistance. Perfect some simple techniques to maximize trust.
1-2. Believing in the Client
Your client’s trust in you is a natural outgrowth of who you are and how you relate to them. Be someone who honestly believes in your client, regardless of what happens. This simple element will help them accomplish far more.
2-1. Acknowledging the Client
There are many ways to validate your client and knowing when and how to do this is one of the most powerful skills you’ll develop. With this one skill, we open the gate to your client’s full potential.
3-3. Mirroring Effectively
In many ways, the coach is a mirror that reflects who the client really is and who they are becoming – before the client even realizes it. Understand when and how to use this important skill and increase your client’s awareness instantly.
CLARIFYING 1: Discovering
5-2. Communicating with Clarity
Coaching is more powerful when the coach speaks mindfully and economically. Each word, its pacing and rhythm, is carefully articulated as the coach checks in with internal and external cues. In so doing, the coach creates an environment of learning and expansion and models clarity of thought and behavior for the client.
6-1. Using This-or-That Questions
This simple tool gives the coach the power to uncover what is most important about who the client is and what they really want to work on, without judging, leading, or asking closed-ended questions. Discover which questions are most powerful for you.
4-2. Mastering Past, Present and Future
The only time when action, choice and change can take place is the present. No surprise then, that this is the primary focus of the masterful coach. What roles do the past and future play in a coaching session and how do they best serve the present?
4-1. Interrupting the Client
Coaches generally avoid interrupting the client’s thoughts and words. However, sometimes the client gets caught up in a story or heads down a path that doesn’t serve them and passively listening doesn’t help them at all. Here are techniques for nudging the client back on track and increasing the value of the coaching.