A Coaching Case Study By Robin Yates
Mental Fitness Coach, UNITED STATES
The act of writing this Coaching Schools case study reminded me of the need for planning. Setting one’s own aim for an engagement, considering what might be valuable, and being ready to pivot based on where the client may lead you are all examples of this. Efficient preparation necessitates the application of the same coaching skills that we use with our clients on ourselves. Now, I’m imaging successful sessions, posing tough questions to myself, anticipating roadblocks, and inventing strategies to hold myself accountable. As the old phrase goes, “Physician, heal thyself.” Self-coaching is exactly what the doctor ordered in this case.