types of coaching

Wellness Coaches helps a person assess their current physical and emotional state and includes anything that impacts health, fitness, and general well-being.  They support the client’s efforts to adopt and/or maintain long-lasting healthy lifestyle changes. By helping set goals and working with action plans, coaches provide practical and emotional support in a forward focused journey to greater well-being.

Health coaches work with physician-identified wellness goals to improve a patient’s overall health and self-management skills. They collaborate with practitioners helping patients integrate lifestyle efforts with treatment proposals, as well as providing practical and emotional support while helping them take ownership of their health.

Executive Coach works with their client to help them gain self-awareness, clarify goals, achieve their development objectives and unlock their potential. They are not consultants or therapists and usually refrain from giving advice or solving their clients’ problems. Instead, they ask questions to help executives clarify and solve their own problems.

Leadership coaching is an individualized process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. Coaching is personalized, customized, usually conducted one-on-one for a defined period and with a specific business purpose in mind.

Business Coach will work with you as you develop a clear view of what is important and what is not,  drive change in your company especially during this COVID-19 pandemic, thereby assisting the you to focus the available resources in the most efficient way, walks with you as you develop fact based analysis,  develop new ways of communicating, develop confidence in decisive decision making, and focused action.

Outcomes Of Coaching

We view each client as an individual, their outcomes are specific to them and the coaching programs always aim towards these outcomes.

We work with our client build a competence, which is a capacity that last longer. While you come with a goal in mind, building a competency you can achieve a particular goal and that competency stays with us.

When we are self-correcting, we have the capacity to observe discrepancies between what we intend and the actual outcomes, between our espoused values and our actual actions, and then bridge the gap. When clients become self-correcting, they are no longer dependent upon a coach.

When self-generating, we have the ability to continuously renew ourselves by drawing upon resources from without and within. When clients are self-generating, the development of competence becomes not a final end state but a continuous process.