“Coaching has quickly become a major support to professionals seeking to accelerate the results of their career. John Whitmore noted author of Coaching for Performance has said “coaching delivers results in large measure because of the supportive relationship between the coach and the coachee, and the means and style of communications used. The coachee does acquire the facts, not from the coach but from within himself, stimulated by the coach.”
‘Coaching is a relationship which will help you clearly define your goals and dreams, uncover the obstacles and self-imposed limitations that stand in your way to success. Coaching addresses internal blocks from fear of failure, lack of confidence, self-doubt and lack of self-belief. Coaching moves you into action to start to create the results you are seeking.
‘Many times the number one barrier to achieving success in any endeavor will be ourselves. While the number one predictor of success is being clear on what we really want and why, and then being persistent in the pursuit of turning goals and dreams into reality. Essentially, it helps individuals get out of their own way to get what they most want: achievement, fulfillment, and peace of mind.”
Phill enjoys the opportunity to coach individuals and groups who are seeking to improve their performance and accomplish more than they would without a supportive relationship with a professional coach. This relationship is designed to inspire the coachee to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Source BC Business Magazinea
|Phill is an active member and certified coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF). He has training with Coaching4Clergy, CoreClairty, and Gallup’s Strengths Finder with Engaged Churches|
“A whopping 98.5% of coaching clients said their investment in a coach was well worth the money, according to an International Coaching Federation survey. ‘Coaching is the most potent tool for inducing positive personal change, ensuring better-than-average odds for success and making the change stick for the longer term.’ The Ivey Business Journal recently stated.”
Excerpt from April 2001 issue of BC Business Magazine