Coaching is a purposeful relationship that is developed to empower a person to maximise their personal and professional potential. The relationship develops into a partnership that responds to the current situation and desired outcomes. Thought provoking questions  open up the possibilities that the situation presents which are clarified into a clearly defined path of action. The action plan can be then broken down into manageable steps to navigate between each coaching session. The subsequent sessions will then include accountability, identifying barriers, resources and training required to achieve the desired out comes.

I usually use the C.O.A.C.H. Model in the coaching sessions, developed by Keith Web, as it clearly sets out all the dynamics of a good coaching session. These sessions can be face to face or on Zoom, Skype or Face-time.


The Coaching Process

Step 1

After first contact, I send you a "Get to Know You Form"* to fill out and send back to me which I use as a basis for our first meeting. It covers some information about your:

  • Background -  helps me understand who you are and what makes you tick

  • Coaching Needs

  • Strengths

  • Values

  • Various Roles

  • Where you want to be in the future

Step 2.

We set a first meeting, which is a free consultation. This will help us get to know each other and outline the  basis of a coaching relationship. I usually unpack your coaching needs further and answer any of your questions.

Step 3.

I send you a coaching proposal based on our discussions for your perusal, returning a signed copy then engages my services. This can be reviewed and adjusted if necessary before commitment.

Step 4.

Coaching sessions commence according to the proposal. These are usually monthly but can be tailored to suit the circumstance. 

Step 5. 

There is a regular review process built into the coaching proposal to ensure the relationship is meeting your needs. Adjustments can be made as we go.

* All information is kept private under the provisions of the privacy act.

Situational Coaching

While coaching is a relationship that is key to maximising our personal or professional life in general there are some specific types of situational coaching that may be appropriate for specific circumstances. I personally have found this kind of targeted coaching for key seasons significant in my own journey as a leader. Check out the options below for more information.

There are times when I coach teams through a process or implementing a strategic plan which I include in Team Facilitation and Development.

For any enquiries about coaching please contact Robert