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What is the definition of coaching?
So what is coaching? "Coaching is a developmental practice which requires the coach to provide an personal, ongoing, and goal-focused development aimed at improving and enhancing a person’s performance."
You can connect with an online coach via Adviice swiftly and easily, and start your journey toward positive change today.
Why is coaching on the rise?
There are 3 keys reasons:
Societal shifts making opportunities seem endless
Coaching helps to identify what we cannot see
Coaching is a proven strategy
So many advancements have altered our daily lives. This has resulted in a more individualistic culture and more freedom to do whatever we wish. Coaching is a way to channel your ambitions in in search for happiness and prosperity; when toady’s options seem to be endless.
We all have blind spots; we are excellent at noticing them in others but finding them in ourselves is challenging. Our personal growth is often hampered by this fact. This is why coaching is such a powerful tool for overcoming fears and self-limiting beliefs. Coaching meets this need via a new perspective, which allows key changes to be made.
Over the course of time, coaching is a proven, effective strategy. In 2017, the International Coach Federation, the world's most well-known coaching organisation, completed research which indicates the effectiveness of coaching: “When asked how satisfied they were with the coaching they received, 88 percent of consumers said they were somewhat or very satisfied.” Those numbers do not lie; and we are here to connect you with coaches that provide such value.
What are the different coaching styles?
There are multiple coaching styles – Our coaches will adapt a style that suits you best.
Direct: High assertiveness and low expressiveness characterise the direct style. Coaches who are in charge of projects and who stick to deadlines are referred to as direct coaches. They make sure you are definitely on the correct path!
Spirited: The assertive and expressiveness of the spirited style are both high. This coaching style motivates people by inspiring them to think big and use their imagination.
Considerate: Coaches with a considerate style are assertive but expressive. They coach by creating a welcoming atmosphere and being empathetic and supportive – helping to build a trusted relationship.
Systematic: Low assertiveness and expressiveness characterise this coaching style. Coaches make decisions via careful planning and logic, centred around your situation.