What is Coaching?

What is Coaching?

 

  • Coaching is a powerful emerging profession, the value of which is being increasingly recognised by individuals and organisations throughout the world.
  • Coaching is a professional relationship which facilitates performance, learning and development of people. It is about improving effectiveness and achieving results. It focuses on measurable steps of success.
  • Coaching is supportive and challenging. It aims to help people clarify what they want out of life, set goals to achieve what they want and meet challenges effectively along the way.
  • Coaching is future oriented and action oriented. It focuses on individual growth and development.
  • Coaching is not advising, telling or influencing; and though it might be therapeutic in its effect, it is not therapy or counselling. It is based on the premise that each person has all the answers to all their questions, and the role of the coach is to facilitate the client in gaining clarity, setting goals, and taking action. This applies in all areas of life, whether it is personal, business or executive coaching.
  • Coaching is a partnership that takes place within a space of trust, safety, and challenge. In essence, coaching is a catalyst for success.
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DIPLOMA IN PERSONAL AND BUSINESS COACHING COURSES - APPLY NOW!

You can apply now for our Autumn 2017 Courses, running from October 2017 to May 2018 in DUBLIN (2 courses), CORK, ENNIS and DONEGAL TOWN. This course is suitable for people wishing to pursue a career in coaching, to use the coaching skills in their current workplace or to help them gain new employment, or simply for personal development reasons

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Certificate in Career Coaching Nov 2017 APPLY NOW!

The Certificate in Career Coaching workshop is aimed at professional coaches who are interested in working in the area of career coaching and is also suitable for people working in areas such as HR, Career Guidance, Back to Work Support roles or similar backgrounds Click here>
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