Coaching Mastery Tip 2 – Respond to the Whole Person
Coaching Mastery Tip #1 – Be With the Client vs Do To the Client
“As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has – or will ever have – something inside that is unique to all time. It’s our job to encourage each other to […]
– An interview with Fran Fisher, Master Certified Coach
A key principle of the coaching paradigm is based on the belief that everyone is creative, capable, and resourceful. Coaches learn there is no need for “fixing.” People are not projects. But you can help them find greater self-confidence which leads to increased self-awareness, performance and fulfillment.
In these changing times there is a definite move in society towards people understanding that in order to make lasting changes to our outer reality we need to change our inner reality. The first step is to become aware of what our inner reality really is.
Coaches are committed to facilitating clients in shifting who they are being in relationship to their “issue.” The goal of the coaching process is transformation versus fixing or problem solving.
A coach uses empowering language and helps clients raise awareness of their language, so they can transform their reality. How does empowering language work?
Coaches recognize there is more energy and aliveness available in the process of moving toward a goal than in the result itself. Clients experience more success, satisfaction, and fulfillment as they embrace the quality of their journey – even with its ups and downs and twists and turns.