How Coaching Works
Andrea’s coaching process takes her clients through 4 stages; 1) discovery & awareness 2) goal setting 3) identifying gaps and 4) action to accomplish the desired results. There are a range of tools that Andrea uses with her clients for the first stages of the coaching process. These tools help clients arrive at some key conclusions about where they want to go, what they need to do to get there and what obstacles might be present along the way. Andrea will work with you to select the tools that best fit your needs, taking into account your specific situation and your expectations of the coaching experience.
Starting the Process
One of the tools Andrea uses to start the coaching process is called the PaperRoom System. It is called the PaperRoom because almost 6 yards of paper covering the walls are used during the process. It examines past work patterns, strengths, core beliefs, and obstacles based on your life’s experiences. It uses creative exercises to help you identify your core values, your behaviors that are positive and negative, and areas of your work you are most excited about. Andrea is one of only 25 people certified to use the PaperRoom System in her coaching practice.
Moving Into Action
There is no right or wrong approach to begin the coaching process. It is a simply a question of style and preference. The “action” part of the process is identical regardless of which tools you use to start the process. The “action” part of the coaching process focuses on setting short term goals, removing obstacles, and moving forward in general. To see more about how the coaching process could work for you, click on the link that best describes your situation:
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