Coaching Objectives
I personalize the coaching process according to your needs, objectives and the working culture in which you operate. A small step in understanding enables larger steps toward reaching your goals and gaining greater professional satisfaction. Here are some examples of coaching objectives. Your own goals might not be listed here, or you may not be clear about what to focus on. We would work together to explore what stands in your way and what you can do to reach your potential and build your reputation. dolphins

Examples of Coaching Objectives:
 
Creating Opportunity
• Defining your priorities and identifying options.
• Evaluating obstacles.
• Strengthening your professional standing.
• Developing strategies that convert ideas into reality.
• Leading with authority.
• Engaging others in a common cause.

Enhancing Resilience
• Navigating the social system in which you work.
• Coping through adaptation and understanding.
• Having confidence to influence and create change.
• Rebounding with focus and optimism.

Promoting Growth
• Overcoming inertia to become who you want to be.
• Increasing self-awareness.
• Adopting constructive attitudes.
• Defining and developing your potential.
• Finding avenues of support to motivate and challenge you.
 
“The insights I gained working with Pat really helped me become a lot more influential at work and at home. I learned to be much clearer in communicating what I needed and wanted from the people who worked for me.”
Angela Durham, Managing Partner, Redwood Consulting
Former Senior Vice President, Lehman Brothers 
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