LIFE COACHING

Life coaching can help with a wide range of future-oriented outcomes. These may be related to the work, relationships, life/work balance, or general contentment.  Life coaching intended to help you reach your potential in terms of who you want to be and what you want to accomplish.  

Specific examples include:

  • Improved performance at work as seen in greater productivity

  • Improved work performance in terms of better efficiency

  • Increased self-confidence

  • Improved relationships (more cooperation, less conflict, etc.)

  • Improved communication skills

  • Better balance of time spent at work vs. at home

  • Improved time management at home

  • Improved effectiveness of a working team

  • Improved physical health and emotional well-being

What & Who Is Life Coaching Not Right For?

Life coaching is not recommended for coping with mental illness, acute distress, or unresolved past issues. It is also not effective for individuals who are resistant to making changes in their lives, or who are seeking support as the primary intervention. Life coaching is not psychotherapy and can not substitute for therapeutic intervention or counseling. It is not a friendship; it is a working relationship.

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