The best clients, the ones who fit your style of coaching, as well as your personality, who engage proactively with the work, are going to be interested in exactly who you are as a coach. You can ‘sell’ yourself in all manner of ways, from adverts and word-of-mouth, to your website, but without substance your sales approach will fall on deaf ears. A coach training brings substance to who you are as a coach.
I had been musing for a while on my use of poetry in my coaching practice. For most of my life, poetry largely passed me by. I had childhood favourites and I still recall some poems I enjoyed while studying English at school, however these were more about rhyme or story telling than finding meaning or feeling the poem…
Sarah believes in the power that working as a coach at a ‘micro’ level in supporting youth and adults to cultivate wellbeing and find meaning in life, has on a ‘macro’ level in today’s society. The ripple effect that one person’s empowerment can have on his or her environment is what drives her work forth.
Let’s start with this premise: not all UK coaching businesses are created equally. Being a largely unregulated profession, we have to accept that there are inexperienced, untrained coaches on one hand, and highly-skilled, widely experienced coaches on the other. This article is aimed at those wishing to make a success of their coaching business in a professional and self-regulated way, so that you can add value to the clients you see.
In this video Sasha explores the way in which existential practice can not only help to illuminate our values, but identify the often concealed impact that they have on our choices.
Few events in life can profoundly change you as a person. When they happen, you feel it. The earth shifts, and they transform the way that you perceive life.
At Animas, we specialise in transformational coaching – and with good reason. In our experience, it facilitates growth and change on a more profound, and long lasting level, than other forms of coaching. To us, it draws on the...