Life coaching assists a client to bridge the gap between where they are now, to where they would like to be far more effectively than if they worked alone.
This is our definition to help you understand the fundamentals and why life coaching is becoming a growing area of interest for individuals and organisations.
If you are yet to join us on one of our free coaching webinars then you may still be wondering - what is life coaching? If so - read on!
A life coach achieves this by:
A good life coach is able to assist a client to obtain their desired goal(s). A life coach achieves this with the use of powerful tools and techniques to help their client uncover their own answers, gain clarity on what they want and what could be holding them back. This level of awareness and support encourages their clients to break through any obstacles and go on to achieve their ambitions.
Although some skills may be similar, a coach is not a counsellor, a therapist, a mentor or a consultant. The main difference of a coach is that a life coach focuses on future possibilities rather than past mistakes; this is achieved with tried and tested techniques that qualify them to assist a client in exploring their goals and ambitions.
The most vital role of a Life Coach is to help their clients to unlock their potential, maximise their performance and get the results they are hoping for. If you gain personal and professional satisfaction from helping others reach their goals then coaching could be for you.
It takes a special type of person to make a positive and lasting difference to the lives of others. If any of the qualities below resonate with you, coaching could be the right fit:
Find out how you could start a new career as a life coach, or add life coaching skills to your current career by attending our free 2 hour Introduction to Life Coaching webinar, which we run several times a week over Zoom.