Welcome to the beginning of your coaching journey! Combining psychology, neuroscience, and real-world experience, our approach to executive coaching will help you achieve unparalleled progress toward your goals, and will ensure that the progress you make endures long after your coaching engagement ends. We will give you the tools to succeed. But, the most important part of your success is you!
Over more than a decade, we have helped countless people make the most of their coaching experience. Here are five time-tested tips to get the most out of yours.
1. Get in the right mindset
Coaching works best in both a physical and also mental space that is quiet, comfortable, and free of distractions. So, do your best to find a quiet place and manage your calendar for buffer time before and after your sessions. before you meet with your coach, pause, take a breath, and check in with yourself and.
2. Be open
Coaching is confidential, which means you can be completely open and honest with your coach. Some of the most uncomfortable moments in your coaching engagement will be the most important.
3. Put it into practice
The most important work happens in the time between coaching sessions This is when you put ideas into practice.
4. Set your expectations
Progress never happens in a straight line. You will have good and bad days. As long as you take the time to reflect and learn from your trials and triumphs, you will make progress toward your goals.
5. Give your coach feedback
Your coach is here to help you. If you need to spend more time practicing a new skill or digging into the root cause of a particular behavior, don’t be afraid to ask for it.
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