Coaching

“Enabling people to realise their potential”



Client: Two in-house trainers


The brief

To help two trainers who were struggling to make a new training course work. They’d run the session twice with pretty mediocre results.


My approach

We met for half a day and, together, revamped their session. I used various techniques to encourage them to come up with their own ideas and retain ownership.


The outcome

A well-structured, ‘pacy’ and effective training session which they love running and which gets rave reviews.


Client: D


The brief

D wanted to change certain aspects of his life but he wasn’t sure whether coaching was for him or whether the financial investment would be worth it.


My approach

I offer all potential ‘coachees’ a free, no obligation assessment session. The session lasted an hour and, at the end of it, D decided to have ten sessions, with a review after the first three.


In the sessions, we focused on improving his health and changing his career. We looked at the current situation and then worked out where he wanted to be by the end of the ten sessions. We then developed a plan of how to achieve this, dividing it up into steps.  Each time we met, I supported him to review his progress and identify the next steps.


At times there were barriers. My job was to support him to keep going, to understand whether the barriers were internal or external and to find ways around them.


The outcome

By the end of the ten sessions, D had developed a regular gym habit and lost over a stone in weight. He was cycling to work and looking and feeling great. He’d also decided that he wanted to work part-time and develop a freelance business. He’d made a successful proposal to his employers and taken business and financial advice. He had a plan and his confidence in himself was rising.

 
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