What are the benefits of coaching?
It is my task, as your coach, to empower you to make constructive and meaningful changes in your professional and personal life. When I coach, I walk the fine line between supporting clients and challenging them to discover new, and more effective, ways of approaching difficult issues. As a result, clients are able to move forward and achieve powerful changes in all areas of their life.
The benefits of coaching include:
Goals: Define and plan the specific steps and strategies you need to achieve your goals.
Time management: Manage your time more effectively to maximize productivity.
Values: Orient your life and work around the values that are most important to you.
Growth: Be challenged to go beyond your comfort zone and achieve growth you never thought possible.
Conflict: Learn problem-solving and communication skills that improve your ability to have difficult conversations and manage conflict.
Relationships: Improve your relationships with family, friends and colleagues.
Action: Move into action, as you overcome fears and bad habits that block you from achieving success.
Balance: Lower your stress levels and create better balance between work and home life.
Support: Enjoy the support of a coach who is committed to being your champion and guiding you to achieve the results you want.
As your coach, I can help you address issues in the following areas:
- Taking your business to the next level
- Setting powerful business goals for increased profitability
- Delegating responsibility
- Addressing family business issues
- Stepping into the next level of leadership
- Ordering priorities for maximum results
- Developing your team
- Supporting organizational change
- Positioning yourself for a new job or career
- Identifying your strengths
- Brainstorming job options
- Putting together a dynamite resume
- Handling transitions in your life
- Overcoming procrastination
- Addressing concerns about money and finances
- Creating time for relaxation and fun
- Identifying your favored conflict management style
- Knowing when to use other conflict management styles
- Preparing for difficult conversations with family, friends and colleagues
- Negotiating agreements that meet your needs
- Getting organized and staying on track
- Establishing time-management supports
- Handling stress in the workplace and at home
- Advocating for your needs
Mediation and Coaching
New York, New York