Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential
Definition of Coaching by
International Coach Federation
An ICF coach agrees to practice the ICF Core Competencies and pledges accountability to the ICF Code of Ethics
CO-ACTIVE COACHING METHODOLOGY
The coaching philosophy regards the client as the expert of their life,
As naturally creative, resourceful and whole.
Each coaching process starts from clarifying the client’s expectations.
The process is tailored to the person’s individual needs, learning style and capacity.
In Lilith’s work the process usually happens over 3-6 sessions every 1-3 weeks.
Step 2 1 - 3 Sessions
Inviting to make choices and to select the experiences the person wants most rather then staying at the mercy of circumstances or trying to have it all
Helping to see many useful perspectives
Planning from possibility rather than from circumstances
Assisting in creating a plan of action grounded in commitment
Step 3 1 - 3 Sessions
Inviting to make choices and to select the experiences the person wants most
Supporting the person in the process of getting there and achieving the goals
Have the person "experience" what exists for them rather than only talk about it
Work with emotionally charged issues