Can You Benefit From Coaching?

By Frank Ciecierski

Just What is Coaching?

The International Coach Federation defines coaching as “. . . an on-going partnership that helps clients produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives. Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life.” Those ‘fulfilling results’ fuel my passion; and the deepening of learning, the improvement of performance, and the enhancement of the quality of life give us some clues as to why people choose coaches.

Why Do People Choose Coaches?

Some people seek help in working on a life change or a career change while others may need to begin a business or change the focus of their business; still others may want to improve specific job related skills. There are as many coaches as there are learning possibilities, performance possibilities, and quality of life possibilities. There are career coaches, transition coaches, life/personal coaches, executive coaches, sales coaches, small business coaches, organizational/corporate coaches – the list goes on and on. Coach University estimates that there are more than over 10,000 people actively coaching throughout the U.S., and over 250,000 people have gotten advice from a coach over the last ten years.

The bottom line is that people choose coaches to learn, to perform, or to improve their quality of life.

Coaching Questions

If you are thinking of retaining a coach, consider the qualities you need to have in order to be successful with a coach. Ask yourself the following questions:

Are you…

Willing to Grow?

Able to Implement?

Capable of Investing?

Ready to Act?

Excited to Learn?

Open to Possibilities?

Eager to Succeed?

Prepared to Experiment?

Desirous of Collaboration?

If you can answer yes to most of these questions, and you are considering hiring a coach, then take action and contact us and we will help you find a coach who is capable of helping you achieve your goals.

The RAC Coaching Program

In our coaching practice we focus on aiding people in:

  • Knowing themselves better
  • Knowing others better
  • Taking relevant action based on what they know about themselves and others

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