If you're asking this question, you already know the answer. You're ready to make a change in your life, but you aren't sure what the next step is. That's okay, and that's the first step: admitting that you're ready for change.
You may need the help of someone you can trust to guide you toward success, and you may not end up needing more than a cheerleader to get you started. I'm here to help you figure that out. Schedule your free consultation and we'll spend 20 minutes talking about what you need and want more of in your life and how you can get it.
It's important to me that you know how I approach coaching and what my code of ethics is:
The Coach will:
Coaching can help you to meet the goals that you have for your work and personal life. It only works, however, when you take the time to develop a solid relationship with your coach.
As your coach, it is my objective to motivate you and hold you accountable for achieving your goals. From an outside standpoint, a success coach may be able to see areas of concern that you are not able to recognize. In that sense, the process raises your awareness of a different way to handle your personal and professional development.
Coaching is an ongoing relationship that facilitates the process of personal and professional development between the me, the Coach and you, the Client. Every coaching relationship is unique, as such, we agree to design the relationship together.
The purpose of this relationship is to develop a solutions‐focused approach with actionable steps to achieve your goals; to get results you have not been able to get alone. These personally identified goals may address specific personal projects and life balance, as well as job performance, preparation, and
Throughout the relationship, we will engage in direct and personal conversations, building a highly personalized approach tailored to you and your situation. Coaching utilizes personal strategic planning, values clarification, brainstorming, motivated coaching, other consulting techniques and appropriate processes. You should understand that success requires a collaborative, cocreative approach where I help facilitate change. It is your responsibility to enact or bring about the change.
The Client will: