Steps of a coaching process
Objectives that can be achieved
- To optimize your potential
- To succeed in a new mission or functions
- To adapt to new trends in the environment
- To improve your performance to achieve objectives
- To become a better leader for your team
- To find a balance between work and personal life
- To solve a difficult situation
- To better manage your time
- To better know yourself and others
- To facilitate your personal and professional relationships
Keys in a coaching process
- Generation of a climate of trust, confidentiality and empathetic listening.
- To be present, in the “here and now”.
- To be confident in the coachee’s capacity and potential.
- To challenge limiting beliefs with powerful questions (reflection and self-analysis).
- To focus on the process and the coachee’s mental structure to solve it.
- To facilitate change, accompanying the coachee in learning new beliefs and actions.
- To ask for permission and make proposals on the part of the coach, as the coachee is who makes his/her own decisions in the process.
- To challenge the coachee to leave his/her “comfort zone” and set out to achieve his/her goals.
- To agree on commitments that the coachee wants to carry out and whose follow-up the coach does.
- The coach does a continuous review and self-questioning about his/her work at the end of each session.