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Why is coaching needed?

Dionne Jude April 17, 2020

The worldwide pandemic has caused a lot of disruption in many industries and peoples lives.

Ajit Nawalkha suggests for key consequences of the current climate:

In companies, leaders have to find new ways to make their organizations work. They will need support from coaches for that.

In relationships, partners are spending more time with each other. They may not be in a strenuous relationship, but the stress of spending that much time will crop up, which will need coaches to come in & support.

Social distancing will increase cases of loneliness. Which will need coaches to support humanity in learning to deal with it and creating supportive environments to maintain the connection. 

Staying at home and lack of mobility will give rise to health challenges, requiring health coaches to support their clients.’

Here are several ways that your support can help to resolve this:

Helping to develop, set and achieve goals
Setting effective goals that are SMART and well-formed – to achieve success and a razor-sharp focus
Gaining clarity about the thoughts, feelings, words and actions that assist or restrict individuals from achieving goals
Increasing focus on ways to move life to the next level, fast-tracking goals and achievements
Overcoming procrastination by discovering the underlying causes and reasons for not taking action
Uncovering personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that can make you indispensable at work or in business
Reviewing key areas of life that could do with an overhaul or change of direction – take time to stop, review and plan
Reviewing fears and what prevents individuals from taking action to start discovering ways to overcome what is getting in their way.
Discovering what’s holding them back and ways to break through barriers
Fostering accountability to increase productivity
Identifying and explore personal barriers by questioning limiting beliefs
Explore why they respond to certain triggers and discover better ways to approach situations
Mapping how life experiences have contributed to where they are in life and how to create future experiences to achieve goals
Moving beyond their current comfort zone by exploring fears, so they can exceed what they have achieved to date
Developing ideas of how to progress using tested strategies developed by coaches and trainers
Evaluating and appraising skills, capabilities and aptitudes enabling them to identify gaps and learning opportunities