Inspires clients to maximize personal and professional potential. Produces fulfilling results. Improves performance and follow through. Enriches quality of life. Enhances decision making skills. Creates greater interpersonal effectiveness. Increases self awareness and awareness of others. Promotes fresh insight and new perspectives. Provides new frameworks to view the world. Energizes and inspires forward action. Creates realistic action plans and strategies for change. Engages big picture thinking.
Actively listen and observe patterns of behavior. Assess opportunities and challenges. Customize the approach based upon client’s strengths and needs. Elicit solutions and strategies from the client. Provide support in identifying priorities influencing goal attainment. Act as a sounding board. Assist client with developing actions toward specific goals. Encourage clients to stretch outside their comfort zone. Challenge blind spots to illuminate new possibilities. Offer inspiration. Provide structure and accountability. Give feedback. Celebrate transformations and successes. Maintain professional boundaries, including confidentiality. Adhere to the coaching profession’s code of ethics.
Working with a coach, you will…
Transform your overwhelm into clarity and focus.
Clear the clutter and create organization.
Find direction through identifying your passion and purpose.
Develop and accomplish specific goals.
Work through the ‘stuckness’ of getting started.
Find motivation to carry you through to the end.
Learn to trust your instincts, leading to confident decisions.
Does my child have AD/HD? Do I have Adult AD/HD? What is the difference? Are there strategies to help?
Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) has recently made a name for itself. You hear about it on television, on the radio, at work and at home. Maybe you have been diagnosed or a teacher said your child exhibits some of the symptoms. Complaints may be coming from school about your child, from your boss about your performance, from home about chores being done or from others about the quality of relationships. You may wonder what the differences are between childhood and adult AD/HD. Children and adults are often affected in similar ways, including lack of focus, an inability to hold concentration, and difficulty completing tasks. It can be debilitating at school, home, and work; however, there are achievable strategies that make life much more manageable.
AD/HD Coaching focuses on the needs of the client with each person receiving an individualized plan to address their specific problem areas. The coach and client begin the process by identifying their difficulties and then creating a personal approach. The coaching not only impacts the individual but also their environment- at work, school, and leisure.
Target Areas: Time management Social skills Organization Academic strategies Simplifying projects Self esteem Goal setting
"Coaching is the single most effective tool in ADD self management." --Edward M. Hallowell, MD Co-author, Driven to Distraction
Do you often repeat yourself? Do you wish you had more energy? Do you and your child argue about homework, chores, etc.? Do you wish that you were having more fun with your child? Learn what to expect from your child- at work and at school. Become more organized, increasing time and energy to spend with your child. Be your child's best advocate at school and in the community. Help others better understand how to help your child succeed.
Target Areas: Organization Power struggles Setting limits Understanding ADD and other childhood disorders Self care Effective communication
Lost your drive? Trying to climb the ladder? Searching for inspiration and motivation? Want to increase your sales? Desperately fighting burnout? Starting a new business? Frustrated with your performance? Have you been out of work? Tired of spinning your wheels turning out resume after resume? Not even sure what field you are interested in? Working with a coach can help you clarify and prioritize the job searching process.
With the use of strategic planning and priority identification, you can start organizing your chaos into increased productivity.
Maximize your potential by...defining your priorities. learning new ways to problem solve. discovering your inspiration. thinking outside the box. learning when to say 'no'. mapping out a strategic plan. __________________________________________________________________
“If you continue to do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten!”