Sample Coaching Scenarios

  • I am in a rut. I know what I need to do but I cannot seem to put what I know into action.

  • I am dissatisfied with my job, but I do not know what I want to do or how I could afford to make a career change.

  • I am busy. There is not enough time to do what I really want to do.

  • I am having conflict at work. I do not get a long with my boss. How can I resolve this problem in our relationship so we can work together more easily?

  • I need to develop a program where I can lose weight and exercise. I never seem to be able to make that happen.

  • I am unhappy with my life, but I cannot determine what I need to change.

  • I have a demanding job and I do not know how to balance doing my job and having a family life.

“I have made tremendous strides and met all of my goals, while experiencing an unprecedented level of personal growth, happiness and increased self-confidence.”
— Adam F.

What is the Coaching Process?

Individual coaching can occur face to face or over the telephone. Depending on individual client needs, personal and executive coaching sessions are regularly scheduled 60 minute sessions. Your relationship with your coach is collaborative in that you work together to identify goals and develop methods toward realizing your goals and results. You are the one who takes action while your personal coach is there to guide you.

Group coaching sessions can also be arranged which address common individual goals. A group coaching format can offer a wonderful way to become motivated as well as learn from others experiences and ideas.