Coaching

Coaching

 

Coaching is…
Coaching focuses on empowering the client to mobilize internal resources to find solutions to often challenging questions or decisions, through guided discussions. Conversations centre around positively framed future outcomes and explore values often leading to discovery and insight. Proven questioning techniques aid in clarifying vision, goal setting and prioritizations. This leads to outlining timelines and action steps. The client’s commitment and accountability to these outcomes is key for lasting results. Clients increase their personal and professional effectiveness, improve their outlook and increasingly live their potential.

The coaching difference is…
With coaching you get to see your challenge from a different perspective and it helps you overcome thinking blocks and realize that potential. Also, as you are guided through questions, with answers coming from you, you are designing outcomes in line with your values and goals, allowing you to take back control and responsibility. Moreover, the coaching process often helps to shorten your time of reflection and decision-making.

Coaching accesses your inner wisdom and is future-oriented and solution-focused, working on outcomes, which is quite different from both consulting and therapy.

Coaching is for…
It is for any person looking to clarify and or develop an action plan around any professional or personal topic

Kushi Coaching is…
Over the course of her career as a trainer, Roopin has used coaching techniques to help build confidence and autonomy with clients learning to communicate in English within the business context. Since completing her ICF-certified coaching diplomas, Roopin is working with clients to develop creative solutions for topics varying from: decision-making and developing strategic marketing plans to discovery of internal values.

Working with Roopin is different because she brings to coaching her patience, calm reserve, non-judgment and openness as well as her experience in business and training. Each client’s coaching topic is clarified and goals and outcomes are identified. Questions that help the client to think in new ways are asked, while Roopin maintains an eye on time and direction. At the end of the session a set of action steps are outlined. Clients often remark that the getting to the doable solution is often easier than they previously thought.

Coaching can be done in person or online in 30, 45 or 60 minute sessions.