Coaching Methods

When working with a client, the coach uses various psychological methods, depending on the experience of the mentor and on the goals set. These methods can be:

  • Active listening method;
  • Asking powerful questions
  • Psychology of conflict resolution;
  • Brainstorm;
  • Stress management method;
  • Team building and management;
  • Technology that allows you to effectively manage personnel;
  • Coaching session;

Training on teaching effective communication skills.

Academic coaching

It is a process that changes a person’s attitude towards learning. That is, the tutor does not teach the client any particular type of practice. He teaches him to learn, so to speak. This type of coaching is considered special, as it reveals in a person the desire for self-development, which, in turn, brings him closer to self-realization.

After such practice, you will begin to look at training with completely different eyes. You will begin to draw knowledge from wherever they will be given to you.

We encourage all aspiring coaches to become familiar with and receive training in academic coaching before you start working with people.

Business coaching, financial

Such coaching is used to improve the quality of the company or enterprise. A creative atmosphere is created in the team, which contributes to a better return of employees. Coaches observe and help the team achieve personal and professional goals that become more conscious.

A business coach motivates the whole team. And this is not a material motivation, but, one might say, a spiritual one. Any person after the training begins to work much more efficiently than he worked before.

In the process of such coaching, such professional qualities as communication skills, the ability to resolve conflict, and others are developed.

A new form of coaching in this area is financial coaching, which helps to remove barriers that prevent the achievement of financial goals.

Personal coaching

Personal coaching is designed to help a person with the definition of his place and goals in life. Such coaching is often applied to a person who suffers from an attention deficit disorder.

This type of coaching will be special, as the coach is the savior here. Here it is important to pull a person out of his usual way of life and give him motivation. Of course, coaches are not doctors, but they can help a person simplify everyday life.

The main goal of personal coaching is to help the client identify their strengths and teach them how to use them.

Stages of coaching

It is very important to follow the structure in any activity. Everything needs to be done in stages. Let’s see what are the stages in coaching.

Goal setting and awareness of its reality

Everything seems to be clear here. The client must define his goal, and our task is to convey to him the realization of the reality of its implementation.

Analysis of the necessary ingredients for success

You need to understand what is needed in order to achieve this goal. Qualities, means for realization and so on.

Analysis of available opportunities

These are our strengths, or rather not ours, but our client’s. That is, these are the skills that the client has already developed at the proper level. Why reinvent the wheel? If the client already has useful skills and you know where and how they will be useful to him, you need to work with them. It is important to quickly identify them and point them out to a person for further work.

Defining ways to achieve goals, choosing a strategy

At this stage, it is important not only to paint a strategy and find all the necessary roads, but also to teach the client how to draw up his schedule, plan. That is, a person must understand that it is very important to structure your life. It is necessary to make plans for the day, for the week, for the month, for the year, for ten years.

It is important to at least roughly imagine your life after a certain period of time. We believe that at this stage, the main thing is that the client understands the importance of structuring and realizes all the advantages of the developed strategy.

Goal achievement monitoring and result analysis

Now our main task is to observe. Observation is a big part of our work. But don’t think it’s that easy. No, this is a rather laborious process. It is very important to carefully monitor every action of the client so that he does not make huge mistakes.

Yes, they learn from mistakes, sometimes it’s even useful to make a mistake, but the coach’s task is to make a person realize his mistake even before he makes it. Therefore, our goal is to carefully observe a person and help him achieve his goal.