The client cases below illustrate what typical clients experience from coaching.

Someone seeking to build trust in a relationship. 

She comes to coaching needing an understanding of the current limitations to building trust, and how to communicate her needs and capitalize on current relationship resources. 

In the first couple of coaching sessions, she designs a plan to understand her contributions to the dynamic and her motivations to cultivate positive change.  

Over the long term, coaching would yield heightened awareness of support and commitment, practices that foster safety and freedom, and trust-building strategies.  

 

 
 

Someone struggling with being overcommitted
at work.

He comes to coaching needing more balance, freedom, and fulfillment in his life.

In the first couple of coaching sessions, he explores his untapped internal resources, learns how to renew his energy, and creates a vision for his desired work/life schedule.

Over the long term, coaching would produce the ability to set and honor boundaries, new beliefs that support a healthier work load, and an increased sense of satisfaction and flexibility.

 

 
 

Someone who wants to become a stronger leader.

She comes to coaching needing to know how to assess her management abilities, maximize her strengths and target her vulnerabilities, and align with the needs of her organization.

In the first couple of sessions, she discovers areas for development, prioritizes new behaviors to learn, and plans a feedback system for guiding growth.

Over the long term, coaching would develop greater self-awareness, new thinking that supports behavioral development, and improved business performance.