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Coaching – A Rational Approach
In ten years I have provided 948 paid hours of coaching to 143 individual or teams, from 22 organisations. I use a variety of coaching methods to suit the situation. Over the years I have found a Rational approach to be particularly effective in work related situations. It involves a meaningful dialogue, focused on eliminating the barriers to performance and achieving results without struggle. It includes: goal setting, Socratic inquiry, humour, props and storytelling, plus feedback and skills rehearsal
It gets results
Whatever the aim of the coaching it always boils down to one thing; purposeful action. Action brings results; and is the portal to self-knowledge.
Results are accelerated
Because it cuts to the chase in identifying and eliminating obstacles to success, results occur surprisingly quickly.
Results are lasting
As you become practiced in coaching methods that build skill and create insight, you are able to apply these techniques to future scenarios. You thereby become ‘self-coaching’ and the results keep coming.
Results build confidence
Confidence is a by-product of authenticity. When you are happy being who you really are; knowing what’s important to you; successfully playing to your strengths; and comfortably managing any shortcomings, you exude a grace and ease which elevates your stature in the eyes of others. We call this Authentic Leadership.