Ready to Schedule a Session?
Coaching is a very special relationship, based on absolute confidence and trust, so it’s important to make sure a connection exists before you choose a coach. For this reason, I offer a complimentary initial meeting via telephone or Zoom.
Let’s start with an introductory meeting…
This brief 20-minute ‘chemistry meeting’ is a chance for you to learn a little about me and my coaching style, and for me to understand what you are hoping to get out of coaching.
If you want a more informal chat, please just give me a call on 0410 403 607.
If you decide I am the right coach for you…
If you decide that I’m the right coach for you, we will book the first one-hour coaching session for a mutually convenient date/time.
Coaching sessions can be face-to-face or virtual (telephone, Skype/Zoom).
In the first session we will identify your goals and what you want to achieve through coaching. Coaching is not a ‘quick fix’ and your progress is based on an action learning cycle, so I recommend a minimum of four coaching sessions. Many people benefit from coaching over a longer period (6 months to a year).
Where you coaching is sponsored by an organisation, a 3-way meeting with your Line Manager (the sponsor) may be requested or recommended. The purpose of a 3-way meeting between you, me and your Line Manager is to set a sense of direction and purpose for coaching and ensure the expectations of all three parties are aligned. This also provides a basis on which to review progress.
If you have an immediate need…
If you have an immediate need, you can book a time directly into my calendar now. These 30-minute coaching sessions can be useful if you have an immediate need, or if you don’t want to commit to a whole coaching program. For example:
You need to debrief a conversation you’ve had with your boss, or a colleague.
You need to prepare for a difficult conversation and need some help to plan the conversation.
You feel derailed by something that happened at work and you need to talk it through with someone outisde the organisation.
You have a ‘broken record’ playing in your head and need to talk through the issue in a confidential environment.