The coaching relationship is completely unique.
It is a relationship based upon a singular intention: YOUR SUCCESS.
Fundamentally, it is based in the assertion that Coaching is a partnership of equals. There is nothing “wrong” with the client, and the Coach is exactly that, a partner.
The coaching relationship also includes permission to challenge and be direct with each other. In that way, coaching can be confronting in that we will be taking a very close and unedited look at the places that stop and derail you in your goals. A Coach does not prescribe a treatment plan. Instead, a client and Coach develop a plan together, co-creating an actionable timeline that has the Coach be the accountability structure as it unfolds.
The “solution” as defined in Coaching comes not front delving into the past, but focusing on the future. The Coach and client will identify “gaps” in results that they will close together, rather than relating to “problems” that need to be “fixed.” Great Coaching helps one maximize strengths while developing growth areas.
If we are doing our jobs as coaches, you will be both challenged and confronted around your own goals in service of your greatness!