Life Coaching

After 20 years of self-motivation, self-development and self-driven personal growth I have very much become at one with doing the same for my staff and to that end felt that it was time I got some real training and professionally recognized in Life Coaching. Not only to help my staff with issue that they might have but also to improve my communication skills as a Manager. Having an open door policy with all my staff from cleaners all the way up to senior management, I have found that this newly gained skill has been worth it’s weight in gold.

Through the process of coaching, I have found that people deepen their learning, improve their performance and enhance their quality of life. Coaching accelerates the progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice. Coaching concentrates on where people are now and what they are willing to do to get them where they want to be in the future.

Because coaching does not deal with past issues and only looks to the future, it is a useful tool in enabling people to move on in both their careers and also their lives.

Coaching is not a form of therapy; it does not concentrate on what is holding you back but instead concentrates on what is going to move you forward. Coaching enables people to solve their own problems with support. It is a way to encourage self-discovery and very much focuses people to work on what they want to achieve. It aims to make people responsible and accountable for their decisions and choices made.

Life coaching provides support, structure and encouragement to help people fulfill their potential, make the most of their lives and move forward in areas, which they want to change.

By remaining supportive and non-judgmental, life coaches encourage clients to maintain motivation and commitment and to find ways of overcoming barriers and setbacks. They may challenge assumptions through constructive feedback, but do not tell clients what to do. Their main aim is to empower people to take control of their own lives by finding answers for themselves.