Creating A Coaching Plan

Three key elements of developing an effective coaching relationship are having defined areas of focus, goals, and commitments.

Focus Areas
Knowing the areas of your work or life you most desire to move forward using the coaching relationship helps us maximize our time during and between sessions.

Goals
 With a goal, there is a specific point in time by which you either have or have not accomplished it. It is measurable and specific. Either you have increased your exercise routine to 45 minutes per day by January 31st or you have not.

Commitments
A commitment is different from a goal in that it is an ongoing quality-of-life shift. A commitment is not necessarily measurable on its own. Examples of commitments to a goal might be, "I am committed to open communication with my spouse," or "I am committed to helping others have a positive attitude at work." There are specific and measurable behaviors you can engage in that express your commitment to a goal.

 

Instructions:
Complete the form below. Don't worry about getting the wording right for your goals or commitments. This just gives us a foundation from which to start the journey. When you have finished capturing your thoughts, click "Submit" to send them to me.

 

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Focus Areas
Identify 2-3 areas you want held as your main focus during this coaching relationship.
To what are you willing to commit to accomplish this goal?
To what are you willing to commit to accomplish this goal?
To what are you willing to commit to accomplish this goal?