A Coaching Model Created by Nathalie Mollah
(Expat Life Coach, THAILAND)
What does GATE stands for?
Dictionaries give some definitions:
A gate is an opening permitting passage through an enclosure.
A gate is referencing to any access or entrance.
Expatriates often go through GATES to travel from a place to another. Several of them leave a mission to start another one, resulting stress of the unknown, sadness of leaving the routine they got used to…
Therefore, GATE is really significant in the Expat life. It is obvious that a GATE could be used as a bridge between the Present and the Future life
Also, what if this powerful G.A.T.E. could open the “door” to a better life?
I believe that exploring the present, focusing on the future and defining an action plan will help my clients creating their inspiration for a better Tomorrow.
To set goals in life as the important step.
To create a comfortable and safe coaching space.
- Identify goals
- Listen to the client.
- Understand the client’s goals.
- To develop Goals//Core values, beliefs and aspiration -> Pointing out the main goal to work on.
- Powerful question.
- Wheel of life.
To bring the client to self awareness.
To create an agenda/plan with objectives.
- To make the client understand what is suitable in his/her life to achieve this goal.
- To develop what are his/her strengths and weaknesses // Opportunities and Threats.
- To create a commitment to execute the plan.
- SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
- Action Plan
To make the client trusts his choices.
To help the client becoming confident with the different steps of the process.
- To trust the plan.
- To trust the process.
- To trust the result.
- Encourage and challenge the client.
- Offer constant support.
To develop a state of well being and a need to keep going forward.
To make the client celebrate her/his new success.
- Review the process from the beginning of the coaching progress.
- Help the client to consider a constant personal growth.
- Challenge the client with the powerful question : What’s next?