One-to-one Coaching

This is the most popular and well-known form of coaching.  It's for you if you want time and headspace focused on you, to achieve a goal or overcome a challenge.

How does it work?

The goal

We’ll start by agreeing your goal and the amount of one-to-one time we’re going to focus on achieving it.  How that time is then split is up to you. 

Channel

We’ll work together over the phone, via video call or in person.

Some people feel that phone or video coaching can be the poor relation to face-to-face/in person coaching.  Whilst it’s always great to meet people in person, both phone and video coaching can be just as effective (I know this from personal experience not just of coaching people but also from when I'm the coachee).

Phone and video have the added benefits of: being very cost effective due to lack of travel cost and travel time, offering more flexibility of timings, plus it means you can be based anywhere in the world, as many of my clients are!

Duration

For some reason, many coaches are set on monthly, one-hour sessions.  This doesn’t make sense to me. What if you want to achieve your goal in a shorter time-frame?  Or need sessions to be longer or shorter, depending on the challenge?

If, for example, you want a session to be two hours, to really dig into the challenge, that’s fine with me.  Equally, if you find you’re making good progress but just want to check in with me on a couple of actions, we can have a 30-minute call.

Process

I'll ask questions and use tools to help you develop solutions and actions tailored to you.

You need to be committed, the action you take between coaching sessions is even more important than what happens within them.

Benefits

There’s so much info available about the benefits of coaching that I’m not going to cover it all here.  However, overarching benefits clients report are:

  • vital head-space to think through challenges

  • a skilled practitioner to help open up their thinking and look at situations from different perspectives

  • faster progress to achieving their goals through having focused time, plus someone holding them accountable for achieving the steps along the way

  • greater understanding of themselves and of others

  • less stress, greater resilience

  • development of self-coaching skills.

Supporting tools

Personal assessment tools are a great addition to coaching packages.

 

They are online questionnaires which will help increase your understanding of yourself and others.  The more you understand yourself and how you interact with people, the more you’ll achieve and with greater ease. 

As a DiSC Trainer, I'm certified to use all the assessment tools within the Everything DiSC family:

 

  • Everything DiSC Workplace®

  • Everything DiSC Management®

  • Everything DiSC Conflict®

  • Everything DiSC Work of Leaders®

  • Everything DiSC 363 for Leaders®

  • The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™

COVER - How Everything DiSC can help you

For more info on each of these tools, please see Pressurevalve's Guide to Everything DiSC® .

DiSC and Everything DiSC are registered trademarks of John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Take action

Email julie@pressurevalve.co.uk and we'll set-up a call to discuss your needs in greater detail. There'll be no obligation or hard sell.  

It's a great opportunity for me to assess whether you and your goal are suitable for coaching AND for you to suss out whether I'm someone you'd like to work with.

Pressurevalve™ Ltd. Company number: 10522666. Registered in England and Wales

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