Why getting coached?
Want to discover more about yourself?
Want to achieve challenging goals?
Want more balance and happiness in your life?
Want to discover more about yourself? Want more balance and happiness in your life? Stuck in old patterns or habits? Done with procrastinating? Want to achieve challenging goals? Feel like stretching yourself and getting out of your comfort zone? Need some help prioritizing?
If you said yes to at least one of these questions then coaching sessions can help you move forward!
Are you ready to change the status quo and make a change in your life? Will you take a stand to choose the way you want to live your life and achieve your professional and / or personal goals? Pick up your phone and contact me! I would love to work with you and help you on your journey.
To discuss your objectives and define your coaching need, contact AnGelCoaching:
"May your choices reflect your hopes not your fears"
What are the benefits of coaching?
"Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximise their growth"
A coach is someone who cares that people create what they want and that they follow through when they sidetrack. The coach is there to hold people accountable and keep moving forward toward their dreams and goals. Ultimately, the coach helps people live lives of meaning and purpose.
According to ICF (International Coach Federation) Global Coaching Client Study, Individuals who partner with coaches have reported several benefits:
What is the difference between a Consultant, a Mentor, a Therapist and a Coach?
The Consultant is an expert who is called on for professional or technical advice or opinions. His role is to understand the problem and present solutions.
The Mentor is an experienced and wise person that shares his knowledge with a mentee in order to support his learning.
The Therapist is medically trained to diagnose emotional problems and work with clients to heal the emotional wounds issued from the past. Counseling and coaching often overlap.
The Coach helps the coachee find their own answers, he is not necessarily the subject matter expert of the client’s coaching topic. ICF defines coaching as "partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential".
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving"
Co-Active Coaching and the Brain: Neuroscience Research Supports the Efficacy of the Co-Active Model by Ann Betz, Expert in the Neuroscience of Human Consciousness and Coaching
Co-Active Coaching - changing business transforming lives by Henry Kimsey House, Karen Kimsey House, Phillip Sandahl and Laura Whitworth
ICF (International Coach Federation) Global Coaching Client Study