What is Coaching?
Coaches work with people who are looking to make changes in their lives.
Coaches are not directive, but assist clients in reaching their own goals and solutions by:
Coaches provide options to consider and exchange ideas.
The client sets the agenda.
Coaching hinges on the health of the person being coached,
the person's motivation to change and move forward,
and commitment to follow through.
Coaching means change, movement and transformation
in the person being coached.
"Talking with Rosey helps me to know what I really think.
With her, I can formulate, articulate, and test my ideas out loud.
Her responses and reactions weave a kind of 'support scaffold'
for me - a safe place to ponder and do the hard work figuring
things out." - Barbara Brace
What is Coaching not?
Coaching is not counseling. Counseling focuses on bringing healing to the past. Coaching builds on strengths. It looks at what one is experiencing now and to the steps one will take in the future.
Coaching is not consulting. A consultant is an expert who has the answers and gives direlistection. In coaching, the person being-coached has the answers; the coach helps uncover them.
Coaching is not mentoring. A mentor is one who passes along their own knowledge and experiences to one with less experience. Coaching draws on the wisdom, abilities and strengths of the person being coached.
How does it work?
The person being coached and the coach covenant together on a format for their work together. Coaching can happen in person or by telephone.
Contact Rosey for your introductory session at no charge.