When I am not working for the Oklahoma District Council, I have the privilege of coaching individuals in several areas.
What is Coaching?
Coaching is simply helping people expand their capacity to take action. Coaching involves discovering and implementing their visions and values, helping reshape their way of thinking and actions. The transformation process involves challenging people to achieve a new level of performance and partnering together to make it possible for people to be successful in areas where they are struggling.
- Financial Master Coaching
- Leadership Coaching
- Life Coaching
Need Coaching? Click the email link below, send me an email to discover the services I offer, and learn more about how you can experience the benefits from being coached!
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information about Coaching:
Coaching has been defined in many ways. The essence of coaching is:
- Helping a person change the way they wish, encouraging them to go in the direction they want to go.
- Coaching supports a person at every level in becoming who they want to be and accomplishing the goals they are working to achieve.
- Coaching builds awareness, empowers choice, leads to change and transformation.
Coaching unlocks a person’s potential to maximize their performance in all areas of their lives and leadership. Coaching helps people learn rather than teaching them.
Coaching has traditionally been associated with the arena of sports. Every top athlete has a coach. In the last few years, coaching has become applicable in every area of a person’s life, business, and leadership.
Someone needs to see a coach to help them achieve their goals in their life and work. Literally, coaching is a partnership between coach and client.
The coach helps the client to achieve their personal best and to produce the results they want in their personal and professional lives. Coaching ensures the client can give their best, learn, and develop in the way they wish.
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