Frequently Asked Questions
Put simply, coaching is a process that aims to improve performance and focuses on the ‘here and now’ rather than on the distant past or future.
While there are many different models of coaching, here we are not considering the ‘coach as expert’ but, instead, the coach as a facilitator of learning.
There is a huge difference between teaching someone and helping them to learn. In coaching, fundamentally, the coach is helping the individual to improve their own performance: in other words, helping them to learn.
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Fortune 500 CEO’s, Olympic athletes, Super Bowl Champions and Academy Award winning actors and actresses all have coaches. Past and the current President of the United States have leaned on coaches. Even professional life and business coaches hire coaches to support them in living their best lives.
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NO, Coaching views clients as already whole, whereas therapy looks to resolve a fast pain.Coaching Looks towards the future where as therapy often looks to the past. It empowers the client to solve her own problems, whereas therapy offers guidance and direction. It also focuses on outer action with measurable results, whereas counselling focuses on the “Inner”- The conscious and subconscious.
People who are drawn to becoming coaches often have common traits. They may be patient and empathetic, enjoy helping others, and have strong leadership, organizational, and communication skills. They also have well-developed decision-making and problem-solving abilities.
If you are not professionally equipped to help your clients as a coach, you could end up doing more harm than good in your attempts to change their lives. While your own wisdom and experiences are great assets in the process of coaching people, there are other crucial ingredients you MUST have in place before you’re able to really help them as a coach. Hence, a proper and ICF-certified coach training is a required step for anyone who wants to become a coach.
Coach training programs teach goal setting, proven coaching tools, communication techniques, and how to develop the client-coach relationship. Whether you decide to attend fast-track training workshops or to enroll in a full ICF-accredited (and lengthier) coach training program, you will receive an invaluable training and acquire new coaching skills that you can put to immediate use.
Coaching can help turn an entrepreneur into a great leader. Consulting, on the other hand, provides that much-needed expertise and assistance. Oftentimes, the lines between coaching and consulting can get blurred, creating a situation that is not effective at providing what the client actually needs.
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