How does Life Coaching work?
Life Coaching is guidance towards a goal or desired change that a person wants to make. This is done through regular conversations and meetings where the coach questions and leads the client to empower them to form strategies they can then action towards this goal or change.
You will learn more about yourself and how to find your happiness and fulfilment. You will improve your relationships with the most significant people in your life AND you will find that this then permeates into all your interactions and imporves work and social relationships too!
Coaching is a very personal thing - not every Life Coach resonates with every person. There needs to be a trust between clients and coaches. Therefore, we always offer a FREE, NO COMMITMENT 30 minutes session to meet and decide if we are a good fit to work together. In this time we will explore what the priorities are to work on, what strategies (if any have been tried) and plan an initial time frame for connecting.
We only take on clients we feel we are able to help get real results through our particular style of coaching (see below). We are not counsellors or psychologists and therefore would always refer you to these areas if we feel they are more appropriate for you.
For more information please email email@example.com or call Jo on 0452 22 30 31 or book an appointment here.
HUMAN NEEDS PSYCHOLOGY
Human Needs Psychology is a practical inquiry into human motivation, as well as a compendium of effective strategies for promoting both individual and group change. Many human problems can be resolved by clarifying our beliefs, values and purpose, and by making strategic decisions and taking specific action. Problems are solved most effectively as a result of a person’s increased growth, responsibility and mastery of his or her emotions, needs, decisions and purpose. The goal of coaching using Human Needs Psychology is to promote rapid, sustainable change and personal growth.
A unifying concept of Human Needs Psychology is the belief that the key to both understanding and changing human behaviour lies in our ability to understand and manage our Six Human Needs, which are the driving force behind human behaviour. While we acknowledge that each human being is a unique and special soul, we also share brains and nervous systems that function in the same way. Every human being – irrespective of social setting – has the same fundamental Six Human Needs. These are basic needs, not merely desires but profound needs that underlie and motivate every choice we make. There are six basic needs that every individual has to fulfil in order to survive:
certainty, uncertainty/variety, significance, love/connection, growth and contribution.
(Taken from Strategic Intervention - Robbins Madanes Training)