The coaching relationship is one where the coach and client work together, to enable the client to achieve positive change, whether it be money, health, relationships, business or career. It’s more important that the coach understands the client’s mind, in order to facilitate the client’s thinking towards achieving their own success.
1. Facilitating – The coach facilitates the client’s thinking, to help the client identify their own solutions and actions. This occurs from exploring values, needs, desires, emotional or mental blockages, skills and thought processes on a neurological and cellular level.
2. Goal setting – All coaching relationships will involve setting goals for the client and evaluating progress towards reaching those goals.
3. Accountability – The coach helps the client to commit to taking action towards creating the change they seek.
4. Positive change – Coaching assists the client to achieve real, lasting change.
5. Support – The coach supports the client in developing their own strengths and achieving positive change, without judging or creating unhealthy dependencies.