Check out this Quick interview with answers to a few of the questions I’ve received on coaching.? Simply put, combining organizing expertise with coaching skills results in greater results for you!
Are you still a Professional Organizer? Of course I am!? I love helping clients to transition their space into a more functional environment for work and play.? I have learned over the years that sometimes it’s about more than the stuff thus I am adding the coaching skill set to create a richer experience for my clients.? Coaching provides a layer of support for clients who want structure in successfully applying organizing and productivity principles beyond moving the stuff.
Adding coaching brings my services even closer to A Taylored Space motto of ‘Make Room For Your Life’.
How will coaching help my organizing project?? There are many situations that occur during the organizing project in which taking a break from the what to work more on the why can help the project move forward.
- When you are not quite ready to work in a space but still want to prepare
- Before an organizing session to realign with goals and desired end results
- When stuck or overwhelmed during the project
- When creating a plan for next steps towards the end of an organizing session
- In between sessions for accountability and encouragement
Given all these openings, coaching can occur during organizing sessions and as a standalone service!?
?Do you coach on other topics?? I am focusing my coaching practice on helping people shift beyond busy to productive.? Over the past 5 years the more complex situations that my client face revealed many areas lacking focus and thereby reducing productivity: space and systems, time and tasks, your connections and your capacity.? I’ve integrated these into a system that addresses internal challenges as well as external giving the client space to increase awareness around their situation and barriers to success, design customized action plans, and receive ongoing personal accountability.
I have coached clients on time management, goal setting and achievement, healthy lifestyle (weight loss and fitness), confidence in decision making, keeping family the priority, job changes, redefining life balance and other topics as they emerge in our time together.?
Isn’t coaching the same as consulting and training?
There are some similarities and there are also some major differences. ?See the definitions below for more information on what makes the coaching experience so unique.
A Coach partners with you in a dynamic process as you explore needs, goals, actions and learnings
A Trainer shows you what to do effectively transferring their expertise to increase your knowledge and skills
A Consultant tells you their expert recommendation and advice based on their opinion of your situation
In the Coaching process the Client is the true expert and is held as naturally creative resourceful and whole, capable of unlocking the answers to the questions in their life.? So many times we look to others to give us advice when really if we can rediscover the truth that best represents what we need and ?what works for us we can live more productive and authentic lives.?
See this additional?document on?“What is Coaching”?? (do I link to the one-sheet?) yes as a pdf
If you could sum up coaching in 3 words what would they be?
Awareness, Action, Accountability
- Increases awareness of self, situation, challenges and resources,
- Clarifies and constructs positive action,
- Provides caring accountability that is more support when needed and more strength when asked
?How can I learn more about your coaching services?
Congratulations on wanting to learn more about what coaching can do for you!??Here’s the page on my site outlining my approach to coaching.??
You can also schedule a complimentary consultation session with me here? to talk more about your specific situation and how coaching can work for you .??