FAQMay 21, 2017 2021-03-31 22:18
You Have Questions? We Have Answers!
Why Do You Need a Coach?
How would we work together?
Most of my coaching is conducted online either through video or voice conferencing. I have worked with clients from all over the world using this method and it is very effective, from clients in the USA to India.
How much are your Coaching packages?
What types of extraordinary packages do you offer?
There are 4 Types of Extraordinary Packages: Jumpstart your extraordinary life (Up to 5 weeks of coaching sessions), Stepping into the extraordinary (12 weeks), Your most extraordinary life (24 weeks), and Successfully Extraordinary (52 weeks). Please click here for more information on what is included in the packages.
How does executive coaching work?
No company can succeed without the loyalty, focus and output of its people. Therefore, organizations bring in executive coaches to help C-suite officers, VPs and other executives with setting, implementing and achieving goals. These goals might be defined as enhancing productivity, developing leadership skills, learning how to effectively manage staff, or improving communication. The coach’s role is to facilitate the changes needed to achieve the desired results. Behavioural patterns will be transformed and ultimately both the executive and the organization reap the benefits.
How does executive coaching benefit an organization?
Executive coaching allows critical performers to break through their current limits and further develop their strengths. When you develop individuals in this manner, your organization gains the following:
- Improved performance. Executive coaching elicits top results from key talent.
- Enhanced company culture. Leaders come to recognize their role in shaping the environment.
- Heightened efficiency. Coaching allows executives to enhance their effectiveness to better meet organizational objectives.
- Smoother transitions. Executive coaching for new appointments ensures fluid transitions as competencies are quickly developed.
- Higher employee retention. Individuals who are intrinsically motivated and meeting their potential, are primed to stay for the long haul.
- Improved reputation as an employer. Companies that are renowned for developing talent draw top candidates.
- Stronger client relationships. Coached executives and managers who are client facing will enhance their connections with key clientele.
How does executive coaching benefit executives?
Executive coaching helps individuals become extraordinary leaders, executives and people. Those who receive coaching gain:
Real results. This includes greater productivity, more timely promotions, and a larger paycheck.
Clarity. Coached executives come to understand how they operate, what they value, how others perceive them and how they can improve.
A sounding board. Coaching allows executives to fearlessly explore their own ideas gain much needed perspective.
The capacity to identify and crush limits. Executive coaching ensures coachees become aware of limiting beliefs and attitudes that hold them back—and then obliterate them.
Candor. The honest truth that no one else can or will say.
Support for building specific skills. These may involve team- and relationship -building, communication, strategic thinking and execution, change management, integrity, or something else entirely.
Emotional support. Executive coaching provides the empathy and encouragement executives need to thrive.
What to expect?
What should you know about life coaching?
Life coaching unleashes what already makes you brilliant and amplifies it a hundred-fold. You’re already great! You’re strong and smart and capable. Things are probably going all right for you. But there’s a gap. Something is missing. You have this feeling that you could be doing more. That some of your most valued dreams, goals, or aspirations are as yet unrealized. That you haven’t quite tapped your fullest potential.
Life coaching helps you overcome that gap and transforms your life from ordinary to extraordinary. Building on your current abilities and strengths, the life coach facilitates changes in your behaviour that guarantees you achieve your goals and become the most fulfilled version of yourself.
What is life coaching?
What is the coach's role?
In order to help the coachee achieve the kind of real and lasting results that will enhance their entire life, the coach must act as a champion of the coachee’s asserted goals. The life coach is likely to become a supporter, motivator, mentor, role model, strategist, analyst, ally, sounding board and collaborator.
However, one of the most powerful functions they perform is as an accountability partner. In this role they become a powerful reminder of the coachee’s commitment to their goals. They maintain regular contact with the coachee and check-in to see how they’re progressing on tasks. They make sure the coachee stays motivated and ways are developed to overcome obstacles that arise. The life coach lights the spark that perpetuates ongoing momentum on the coachee’s path to success.