My first task is to be a quick study for what’s true for you, your whole picture – the pieces you’re aware of and those that you aren’t. I do this by listening to you, asking you a lot of questions, many of which you have never been asked before, offering you self-assessments if appropriate, and then listening to you some more. I am available to work with you as challenging situations arise and you need a sounding board or someone to help you expand your options, process the emotions that might arise, assess the actions you could take, and figure out what you want to do.
I am biased in favor of your taking action. I will often ask you what next steps come to mind. I want you to come out of every one of our coaching meetings with a clear set of next steps that you will take between then and the time of our next meeting. It is through action that change happens. But not random action — intentional, thought-out action that aligns with your goals and values and moves you forward in the direction you want to go.
I will respect and appreciate you. I will not judge you.
What I hear from clients over and over is that I combine wisdom and an “I-get-it” approach. I’ve learned and assimilated a wealth of experience from:
Take the next step in your journey by setting up an exploratory meeting with me. You’ll know a lot more by the end of the session.