The personal benefits of coaching are wide-ranging and can positively impact an individual’s career if they are engaging with their coach. This process can help develop individuals across a wide range of needs and can even benefit them on a personal level. Coaching boosts confidence, improves work performance, and builds effective communication skills.
The great benefit of coaching is that you are very likely to see quick, positive results as an outcome. Coaching is interactive and co-creative– which means you create your plan collaboratively with your coach. People tend to learn and adopt new habits more easily when they are actively engaged in an open, caring, empathetic, and collaborative learning process.
The process is entirely devoted to you, your issues, and the attainment of your new goals. Coaching will continuously challenge you in positive ways and encourage you to work on the issues you identify as needing improvement.
By continually improving, you practice effective habits. The more you practice, the more natural they become, and eventually, they become your new way of being.
Improvement in an individual’s performance, targets, and goals.
Increased openness to personal learning and development.
Increased ability to identify solutions to specific work-related issues.
Greater ownership and responsibility.
Development of self-awareness.
Improvement of specific skills or behavior.
Greater clarity in roles and objectives.
The opportunity to correct behaviour or performance challenges.
Associate Certified Coach— International Coaching Federation
Life Coach Certificate
Registered Professional Counsellor Candidate— Canadian Professional Counsellors Association
Professional Member— Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
Life Skills Counselling Certificate
Disaster Mental Health Counsellor (DMHC) Credential
Counselling Practitioner Certificate
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner Certificate
Certified Mindfulness Practitioner
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology— York University, Toronto, Canada
Bachelor of Science in Psychology— University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Life Transition Coaching
Disaster Mental Health Counsellor
Coaching gives you unique one-on-one feedback and lots of encouragement.
Coaching allows you to define your career goals realistically.
Set these goals, actively work towards achieving them, build new skill sets, and enhance your life.
Work on areas of yourself and your life that you don't find satisfying.
Move beyond remembering and understanding to applying learnings in a safe learning space.
Practice what you learn through coaching and change at a deeper level.
Coaching is a safe space to work through sensitive issues that help you gain perspective.
Once you are comfortable with your new abilities, you can begin to use them in your life to achieve lasting positive change in your life.
Become aware of your blind spots.
Work with your coach to change in the ways you believe are best for you.
The process of building personal awareness will empower you to turn hidden weaknesses into marketable strengths.
Your growing self-awareness will boost your confidence and set you up for future success.