Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why does coaching work? The coaching process is effective because of the client/coach relationship. There is synergy and support that allow the client to grow. The coach challenges the client and inquires about relevant topics highlight strengths and hidden barriers in a confidential environment. The coach achieves this through objectivity, accessibility and frequency of the sessions
  2. Who hires a coach? The primary market for clients include: entrepreneurs, attorneys, doctors, consultants, business owners, human resource departments, managers, supervisors, and other professionals.
  3. Why is coaching becoming so popular? Coaching is increasing in demand because of the individual and organization needs for self-expression, gaining a competitive advantage, need for collaboration, self-determination, and options for lifestyle preferences.
  4. What are the skills of a coach? Coaches utilize a wide variety of skills including: listening, clarifying, prioritizing, providing feedback, educating, challenging, evoking, directing, guiding, supporting and demonstrating.
  5. What goals do clients want to focus on? Clients have goals for revenue/profitability, marketing and promotion, communication and thinking skills, personal development and growth, life balance, management and organizational skills, financial independence, and problem solving.
  6. Why is coaching worthwhile? Coaching provides benefits in achieving goals, advancement and faster results, rapid personal development, clearer and sharper thinking, more financial security, meaningful accomplishment, more life satisfaction, more creativity and solutions, and higher profits.
  7. Where do coaching principles come from? Coaching principles are integrated from various professional disciplines including: business and management theories, psychology, sports, eastern philosophy, parenting and communication, inspiration, and science.