What Does Courage Have to Do With It?
If I could say there’s one thing that determines success, it would be courage. Whether it’s success in your personal or professional life or in your business, one thing for certain, is that you need to have courage to move past your fears, to go beyond what you know and to deal with the uncertainty of change that exists all around us.
When I work with you, I create a space for you to lean in to the discomfort that growth brings in order for you to tap into the opportunities that open up when you have the courage to do so.
I call this the Courage Space.
I’m Your Partner & Guide In Change
My methodology, on a high level, is about helping to create more effective and agile individuals who can adapt and grow more effectively in change.
My methodology on a more specific level is about partnering with individuals in an in-depth process of discovery and change, that’s designed to facilitate the creation and development of personal, professional and business goals and develop and carry out a strategy and plan for achieving those goals. This process also helps them discover their true potential and purpose, and learn to live authentically and consistently inside that every day.
I’m truly committed to the success of my clients and their businesses and go the extra mile to make sure they attain what it is they want to achieve.
With my change model, I’ll show you how to move through change with more ease and learn to grow through the experience.
Working closely with you, I’ll guide you through a personal process of discovery to uncover your ‘reason for being’ or your ‘why’.
I’ll facilitate a comprehensive strategic planning process to identify and execute on essential business criteria for sustainable success.
My coaching engagements consists of 3 fundamental components:
- Establishing and defining goals and outcomes
- Self-exploration and discovery
- Execution on goals and outcomes
I work in partnership with my clients through a pragmatic and solutions focused process where we co-create solutions and opportunities together. I have a systems approach, where I inquire beyond the individual into relationships, the organization they may serve and anything else that may provide more perspective.
As an EQi 2.0 Certified Coach, I offer all my clients the opportunity to have an EQi 2.0 Assessment and have found that it brings a valuable understanding about themselves and how their Emotional Intelligence plays a key role in their personal growth. I also have a deep understanding and coaching experience in family systems and personal and inherited family trauma which offers my clients a unique opportunity to be heard and understood beyond the level of typical professional coaching services.
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“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.”
How Do I Measure Success?
Measuring success for my clients is done by having a clear and well-defined coaching development plan and holding that as a framework, reference point and goal post during the entire coaching engagement. The better and more well-defined the plan is, the better you can measure success when the coaching engagement has ended.
At the beginning of every coaching engagement, a critical part in my work is taking the necessary time to define what success would look like for the client. This initial step leads us into creating a clearly defined development plan that the client will be inspired and motivated to fulfill on. In order to have a development plan where the client’s success can be measured, I include fundamental elements in every coaching engagement.
Development Plan Fundamentals
An inspiring vision of success
What does success look like?
Definition of Success Criteria
Criteria that define how they’ll know they’ve been successful:
- What will be happening in their life?
- What will they feel?
- What will they experience in their work/workplace?
- What will be different?
- What will be the impact on their relationships, team, organization and/or business objectives?
Outcomes That Are Achievable
Choosing outcomes that are achievable within the timeframe of our coaching engagement to set the client up for success.
Tangible Measurable Goals
Goals that the client can see the outcome:
- A completed vision and business plan for the new business
- The new business has been started and is making revenue
- % increase in revenue
- Knowing what the next career step is
- Positive feedback from team members on behaviour shifts and employee engagement.
Non-tangible Measurable Goals
Goals that you can feel the outcome, ie. a shift in confidence or job satisfaction.
Built In Accountability Measures
Measures to ensure the client stays on track during the coaching engagement.
End of Engagement Wrap Up
Wrap-up session with client and sponsor (if applicable), providing an opportunity for client to evaluate, assess and observe on goals and outcomes achieved and impact on the individual from coaching.