As a Business and Career Coach, Do You Follow a Specifically Designed Coaching Methodology and Coaching Process?

Yes, as a business and career coach, I follow a specifically designed coaching methodology and coaching process. My coaching approach is based on a combination of my own experience and expertise as well as established coaching frameworks and techniques.

My coaching methodology involves a process of assessment, goal-setting, strategy development, implementation, and ongoing evaluation and adjustment. I work with clients to identify their strengths and areas for improvement, clarify their goals, and develop actionable strategies to achieve those goals. Throughout the coaching process, I provide support, guidance, and feedback to help clients stay on track and achieve their desired outcomes.

I also believe in the importance of ongoing evaluation and adjustment in the coaching process. As clients make progress towards their goals, we may need to revise or refine our approach to ensure continued success. Ultimately, my goal as a coach is to help clients achieve meaningful, sustainable change in their personal and professional lives.

What Is the Difference Between the Career Transformer and the Power-up Coaching?

They differ in their approach. Both the Career Transformer and Power-Up Coaching offer 1:1 coaching to get you where you want to go. The difference with Power-up Coaching is that you can freely design your package with the content fitting best with your current needs. The Career Transformer follows a more structured approach. People choosing the Career Transformer usually appreciate more guidance and structure on their journey.

How Do You Ensure That Our Sessions Are Effective and Productive?

Before each session, I take some time to review the previous coaching efforts and do some prep work - I will ask you to do some work between each time we meet. But there is more! A crucial part of my role as a coach is to frequently reconnect you with your most important insights and encourage and challenge you in every coaching session.

What Can Coaching Do for Me?

Coaching will help you develop self-awareness, assess your current situation and capabilities, create an action plan, and develop the skills and strategies needed to reach your goals. You are empowered to overcome any barriers holding you back by developing a positive mindset to support you in achieving your goals. The cherry on top is a boost of self-confidence and building better relationships.

What Does the Coaching Process Look Like?

Get to know each other: We will have a free chat to see if we click and to better understand how I can help you.

Analyze & Explore: We will analyze your current situation, collect data and understand your needs and aspirations.

Setting Goals: We will refine your goals and objectives.

Identifying Obstacles & Activating Resources: We will identify obstacles, and activate your internal and external resources to overcome them.

Developing Action Plans: We will create an action plan that outlines the tasks and activities needed to achieve your goal.

What Is Systemic Coaching?

Systemic coaching is an approach to coaching that takes a holistic view of the individual, focusing on the connection between the individual and their environment - how the individual's thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors interact with their environment and shape their experience of life. Systemic coaching looks at the individual as a whole, rather than just focusing on the individual's challenges and goals.

What Are the Differences Between Coaching and Therapy?

Coaching is focused on helping people reach a specific goal or change their lives. The coach works with the client to set achievable goals and develops a plan to reach those goals.

Therapy is more focused on helping people process and deal with their emotions and experiences. The therapist works with the client to identify areas of difficulty in their lives and provide strategies to cope with and manage those areas. The therapist may also help the client explore their past experiences to better understand how these experiences have impacted their current sense of self and ability to cope.