I am really delighted you have selected me to be your coach.
To make it as easy as possible, I wanted to have this page as a reference point for you to use to get the most out of coaching.
So, we've already had the discovery call and decided that coaching with me will be a good fit, so firstly, thank you. I'm excited to start working together! The table below serves as a guide as to what to expect from your coaching experience with me.
Just let me know what works best for you and we can get our sessions booked in. Most clients have opted for online in recent times and whilst I can work across any platform, I have found Zoom to be the best. Zoom guide here.
If you create an account on my website (top right 'Log In' button), you can book, reschedule and cancel your sessions.
If we're working together face-to-face, whilst you are welcome to get a sense of my likely availability via the online system, it's not yet clever enough to know how long the travel might take, so in these instances, let's connect in person to work out the best times!
NB Please check your Coaching Agreement for cancellation terms.
Step 2: Establish your coaching goals
A good place to start is to really have a think about what you want to get from coaching. By completing this Coaching Goals word document and sending it to me before the first session, I can get a really clear idea of what success for you would look like for you. If you're limited on time, just send me across 2-4 bullet points on what you would really like to get from coaching.
Step 1: Complete the Coaching Agreement
All Professional Coaches will have a Coaching Agreement which will need to be signed by both parties before coaching can commence. Once we've both agreed that working together feels like a good fit, I'll send over a Coaching Agreement. As you can see from the example in the link, this covers all of those foundational things that are required by the International Coaching Federation including my Code of Ethics
Step 3: Book in your sessions
Coaching works best when the sessions are clustered. Clients typically opt for a session each month, but if you're embarking on a significant programme of change, you might want your sessions more frequently.
Step 4: Prep for your coaching session
Step 5: During/immediately after your coaching session
During your coaching session you may have made commitments to yourself. Think about booking time into your diary to make sure these commitments are realised.
If you're keen to continue coaching following our sessions, then let me know and we can organise getting you set up either personally, or through your employer.
Here's to mutual success!