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" Life coaching is an on-going partnership, team work, that helps people produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives.  Coaching uses observation, exploring, reporting and a two way communication to move them forward. Coaching accelerates progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice. Coaching concentrates on where we are today and what we are willing to do to get where we want to be tomorrow." - International Coach Federation, ICF

Benefits of
Life Coaching

  • Your job as a team leader is easier.
  • Responsibilities are shared.
  • Productivity increases.
  • People feel good about themselves because they are working to the best of their abilities.
  • Team work begins to develop.
  • Skill levels improve
  • Goal setting and the achievement of the group's goals becomes easier.
  • Coach’s job to help people get what they want in life in by breaking down the barriers that people impose on themselves.

Through Life Coaching, People Learn

  • What is holding them back
  • What is expected of them
  • About the gaps between their current performance level and the expected skill level they must achieve to complete the job effectively and with power.
  • Where and what they must improve.

One-on-One Life Coaching
Coaching needs to be flexible and fluid so that it meets their individual needs and schedule.

  • The coach must observe and evaluate before the actual one-on-one session is scheduled
  • The team member will be evaluating work and life needs and working on goal setting.
  • Regular on-going coaching sessions (typically by phone/email) are usually scheduled 3 or 4 times a month

  • Exercises increase self-awareness, develop practical skills and encourage creative thinking
  • Ensure full confidentiality.
  • Evaluate and review quarterly, along with strategizing during the weekly sessions.

Together, you will define the length of the coaching sessions and the frequency that best supports the team member. The focus may be on one specific goal or challenge that they are facing, or on a other broader professional and personal.


Where to Start
Usually people don't perform well for one of these reasons:

  • Poor training. Nobody ever showed them or told them how to do the work properly.
  • Inadequate equipment. They don't have the right materials or equipment.
  • Time. They don't have the time to do the work properly.
  • Motivation. They feel overworked and underappreciated or are unhappy with the job, co-workers, management, friends, or family.
  • They are not motivated to perform.

Determine which of these reasons applies to the situation. Asking the following questions may help you determine which reason applies. Is coaching needed to solve the problem and, if it is, what specifically should you address?

  • Does the person know the job description?
  • What is the gap between the present performance level and the desired performance level?
  • Does the person realize his or her performance is inadequate?
  • Was the person trained to do the job?
  • Are performance standards realistic?
  • How big is the impact of the performance problem?
  • Are their adequate resources, tools etc. to do the job? If not, provide them.
  • Are there outside influences affecting the person's performance?
  • Does positive performance yield positive rewards? If the person performs well and receives an undesirable reward for doing so (twice as much work to do in less time, for example), the person's incentive to perform decreases.
  • Is the person apathetic about the job? If yes, coaching will not help.

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