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12 Questions You Should Ask When Choosing a Coach.
It is absolutely imperative that you find a coach that feels right for you, and is well suited to your needs. Don’t enter into this lightly!
Here are the first 3 questions…….
1. What qualifications and experience does this coach have?
Investing in a coach is an important decision, in fact it’s a life-changing decision, so you want to ensure that you are selecting someone who has invested in their own development as a coach. Since coaching is still an un-regulated industry anyone can call themselves a coach, so it is wise to be cautious and finding someone who has a recognised qualification and some practical experience is the best place to start. Any reliable and professional coach should be happy to show you their qualifications if you wish to see them.
2. What should I look for in a good coach?
All coaches worth their salt understand the importance of having clear policies on areas such as confidentiality, cancellation, lateness, and the roles of client and coach. For most coaches this will be clearly described on their website, and/or will form part of their initial consultation with you. If this is not clear by the first session then ASK! Clear boundaries are important to build a relationship of trust.
If the coach isn’t clear on their business practices, then how can you be sure what lies ahead?
3. What kind of a coach am I looking for?
There are many different performance-enhancing benefits that we can attain through coaching, and a multitude of coaches in more niche areas than you can shake a stick at. This is not meant to confuse you and is actually a good thing because you can be sure to find a coach who specialises in the area you need to work on most. Think carefully about what you want to achieve. It might be less stress, better parenting skills, more confidence, improved communication at work, increased profits in your business, or the motivation to train for a marathon! Not everyone knows what they want right away and that’s ok; at the very least, if you can narrow it down to life coaching, business coaching, confidence coaching etc, and then you will be facing in the right direction.
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Here’s to your success!