A Coaching Model Created by Dalia Sakr
(Life Coach, EGYPT)
D R E A M
The coaching session starts with identifying the change to be achieved by the end of the session. It’s the goal.
- What do you want to reach at the end of the session?
- How would you know when you get there?
- How important is it to you? On a scale from 1 to 10 (1 not important at all, 10 very important)
Reality & Reframing perspectives
The next step is to become aware of the current reality of the client.
- Creating awareness of the starting point of their journey towards achieving their goals by reframing perspectives and the priority in the situation.
- As the client start to recognise his or her current reality, the solutions start to emerge.
- What do you hold to be true about this situations?
- Use some exercises as Role playing and Extreme perspectives
Eliminate Struggle & Emotions
- Is the goal worth it?
- What are your options?
- What is stopping you?
- What is important for you right now?
- If you could change the situation, how would you feel?
When the client eliminate their struggles they know the meaning of their goal.
The coach acknowledge the client.
Once the client has explored their current reality. They are able to explore the options available to them.
The coach helps the client to generate as many options as possible and discuss them to creating opportunities and help the client determine what small actions they will now take.
- What needs to happen now?
- What would you do next?
- What would someone who is fearless do about this?
Once the current options have been explored, clients know how to achieve their goals.
This knowledge alone is not enough. The client needs to move forward and to have the will to work on the options to reach their goals.
The coach motivates the client in gain clarity and commit to actions.
What would you put in place to make this goal easier to achieve.
How are you going to celebrate reaching this magnificent goal?