“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
— George Bernard Shaw
Some clients prefer weekly Coaching to help improve their communication skills and relationships with colleagues. An emphasis on goal orientation and structured self-assessment distinguish Communication Coaching from psychotherapy.
There are do’s and don’ts when it comes to effective communication . You may be familiar with many already. The challenge is to put these guidelines into practice when it counts. Structured self-assessment keeps your focus and commitment to change on course.
In order to master any new skill a progression is required from failure to success and, finally, integration. Fear of failure presents an obstacle for many to self-growth. Your coach both reminds you of your motivation for change and supports you in learning from each failure. Through this continuous cycle of reflection and refinement you attain and repeat successes that, once integrated, satisfy your own initial goal for change.
The Coaching process can be synched with workplace objectives. To this end, you may wish to enlist your employer as an ally, along with friends and family.
This Coaching package will keep you on track toward your desired change in both workplace and social settings. Establish your goals, receive weekly support to identify and resolve obstacles, and experience the benefits of balanced and effective communication.