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What is the difference between a counselor and a coach?
Coaching helps you clarify your vision, eliminate obstacles to your success, accelerate the pace of personal growth, and achieve results that empower you to live your best life – professionally and personally. It’s not about where you’ve been, it’s about where you’re going.
Counseling, on the other hand, tends to deal more with past issues in which you may find yourself stuck and struggling.
We may occasionally discuss something that has occurred in the past, for the purpose of clarifying the present, but your coaching will not focus on resolving the past.
If you find that your past is still an issue today, counseling is your best option. If your past is simply a fact (regardless of whether the circumstances were difficult or negative), you are probably ready for coaching.
What is the difference between a mentor and a coach?
A mentor guides you towards a specific path of development.
I am more interested in helping you define the unique and authentic path that is meant for you. My job as your coach is not to tell you what to do, but rather to help you uncover the answers that lie within you – a catalyst for your success.
What is the difference between a consultant and a coach?
A coach focuses on helping you walk your unique path to success. As the client, you are responsible for the results you receive as a result of coaching. I help you discover how to become more of who you need to be, to achieve those results and identify what you may need to do differently.
A consultant takes responsibility for a specific project, acting as a specialist, providing specific deliverables and knowledge.
I believe in your ability to fully experience your potential and will provide a safe, consistent space for you to develop your potential.
If my professional experience in the areas of talent management, leadership and organizational development is of benefit to you personally and professionally, I will gladly share what I know.
How often do you meet with your clients?
The best results come with time. So, in order to make this experience as valuable as possible, I suggest a minimum coaching period of three months with all of my clients.
I recommend six to nine months to establish longer-term support as you make major transitions and changes in your personal and professional life.
After the initial period, you may extend as long and as often as you like.
Are our sessions confidential?
It is essential to our coaching relationship that you feel comfortable being open and honest about the process.
Our conversations are entirely confidential, unless the release of information is otherwise authorized or requested by you, or required by law.