Personal coaching, what is it? Is it all a con or something useful? Last week PDP wrote a blog on mentoring and focused on the workplace. This week, we are going to explore personal coaching and look at what it is in layman’s terms, how it can benefit individuals and lastly look at 7 top tips to know if personal coaching is right for you.
What is personal coaching?
What does personal coaching actually do?
Who can benefit from personal coaching?
How do I know if personal coaching is right for me?
1 Do you need help with a particular area of your life, and would prefer to discuss it with someone removed from the situation, rather than your family or friends?
2 Are you thinking of making a big change in your life, but are unsure if it’s the right decision?
3 Do you want to progress in your career but are not sure how to this?
4 Would you like to improve your personal relationships with friends and family members?
5 Do you want to develop certain skills, but aren’t sure if they’re really you?
6 Do you want to learn more about yourself and ways in which you can project a positive image?
7 Is it time for you to take stock of your skills and strengths and re-evaluate where you are and where you want to go?
How does personal coaching work at PDP?
I will be your personal coach, and we will agree how you would best like to work and the terms and conditions. The most popular options are:
- Over the phone
- Face-to-face in an agreed venue
Contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this more. I look forward to working with you. Paula