BELFAST COACHING SUPPORT GROUP
Laura Gabriela Mocanu
INTRODUCTION TO LIFE COACHINGPage #Page #WHAT COACHING IS NOTPage #COACH
YOU ASK QUESTIONSYOU GIVE ANSWERSFRIENDYOU have the experienceEXPERT has the experienceMENTOR
Page #Who is you ?
Treats or relieves a disorder
Action not emphasised COUNSELLING
Diagnose emotional problems and work on healing these wounds
Looks at past to presentCONSULTING
Provides answers and solutions
Usually experts in that fieldMENTORING
Passes on advice of a person whohas been there before
Expert in his field
Teaches the client how to dosomething
It is more a monologue than a dialogueTEACHING
Develops thinking and capabilities
How and what of an actionCOACHINGPage #COACHING IS NOT THERAPY
Page #But can be therapeutic ?Going somewhere ?A therapist will explore what is stopping you driving your car.
A counsellor will listen to your anxieties about driving.
A mentor will advise and share tips from his experience of driving cars.
A consultant will offer solutions how you can drive the car.
A coach will ask you where you really want to go.
Page #WHAT IS COACHING?Page #Dreams
Page #The coaching process
ChangeNeedRelationshipLearning(Coach and Client)Page #The origins of coaching
Page #Definitions of COACHINGINTERNATIONAL COACH FEDERATION
partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
INTERNATIONAL COACH ACADEMY
Coaching involves dialogue between a coach and a client with the aim of helping the client to obtain a fulfilling life. This is achieved by helping the client establish what is important to them and by clarifying values. With the clients input the coach co-creates value based goals and a plan to achieve them. Through collaboration, the coach supports the client to achieve these goals.
1Types of coachingINTEGRAL COACHINGCO-ACTIVE COACHING
NLP COACHINGPOSITIVE PSYCHOLOGYBEHAVIOURAL COACHINGONTOLOGICAL COACHING23456SCENECLIENT CENTRIC
ENJOYABLEPage #Co-active coachingPage #
Refers to the fundamental nature of a coaching relationship in which the coach and client are active collaborators. This relationship is an alliance between two equals for the purpose of meeting the clients needs.
The client is naturally creative, resourceful and whole The agenda comes from the client The coach dances in the moment Co-active coaching addresses the clients whole life
Five contexts of coaching: Listening Intuition Curiosity Action/learning Self-management
Co-active coachingPage #What skills does a coach need ?Page #CoachCoachPatientDetachedSupportiveInterestedGood listenerPerceptiveAwareSelf-awareAttentiveRetentive(technical expertise knowledge credibility authority)SCENE1616How coaching works
Who needs a Life Coach ??Im fed up with the same old same old I want to explore a new version of myself.
Im not being selfish but I really want my life to matter
I dont want to grow old and boring I want to begin experiencing the best side of life
Right now a lot of things confuse me I would really like more clarity and direction
I dont like my current role in work I want to challenge myself and expand my visionPage #Benefits of Coaching Self-awareness in any and all areas of life
Self-determination (inner strength)
A clear honest picture of your strengths and non-strengths
Alignment in values goals aspirations
Increased ability to take action when necessary
Expansion in your horizon
Seeing and maximising opportunities in everyday lifePage #BELFAST COMMUNITY COACHING SUPPORT GROUP