Coaching is very much an alliance between coach and client, and is a two-way relationship. A coach’s role is to facilitate the client’s development of personal or professional goals and to develop and carry out a plan for achieving those goals. But what you get out of it depends hugely upon what you put in. As a coaching client, you are responsible for making your own choices and taking your own actions as a result of your coaching.
What I can guarantee, if you are willing to do the mental heavy lifting and to commit to action, is that at the end of your coaching engagement you’ll have learnt a great deal and experienced significant personal growth. You’ll have far greater clarity about who you want to be and where you want to go, a much better understanding of your goals, and be well on the way to achieving them. You’ll be much more aware of your self-limiting beliefs, and have tools and strategies for tackling them. You’ll have taken control of your life, have a much more positive mindset, and a workable action plan to make big things happen.
If you want to read more about what previous clients thought of the value of their coaching, you can take a look at their testimonials here.