Improve Your Work Life, Your Family Life Or Your Social Life.

For the month of April we are opening up our ICF accredited curriculum and sharing
5 Essential Coach Skills you can use to add value or create change in your life and those around you.

Skill 1 - Coaching is Not Giving Advice...

What is Coaching might seem simple, but actually we suggest you approach this by looking at what coaching is NOT. (hint - not consulting, not training, not counselling...)

Skill 2: Active Listening

Very few people actually listen deeply. Many times in conversation people are thinking more about what they want to say next than what the other person is changing. As a coach you need to develop deep and active listening skills.

Skill 3: Powerful Questions

Questioning is the cornerstone of coaching. When done well, it is the skill that most distinguished coaching from different forms of personal or professional development.

Skill 4: Releasing Judgement

We are all judging most of the time. It's natural and even necessary in some cases, but in coaching you need to learn to release this and be fully present to who your client is, not who you think they should be.

Skill 5: Creating Action

Action is not just about "doing things" it can also be reading, or talking to someone, or thinking. It can be anything that moves your client from where they are now to where they want to be.


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