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It’s time to reveal the Coach of the Month in June. Please welcome Neeve Guinnane! By being a Featured Coach Neeve has an opportunity to introduce herself, her work, purpose, approach and a view of coaching and its future. Connect with our Coach of the Month if you are inspired or motivated by their journey.
Take a look at our Coach of the Month – June 2016 Coaching Q & A
PSG: Since qualifying, what are the top 3 lessons you have learnt that support your growth as a coach:
• My journey is constant. I learn and develop in the practice of coaching all the time. I like to think of it as a lifelong learning journey. This inspires me and gets me excited as learning is one of my values. It’s important to stay on trend to meet the demands of my clients – meet them where they are at and not expect them to flex to my comfort zone.
• Always, always, always rely on the process, it works… every time!
• Constantly work on your listening skills. We think we are good at it but it takes continuous practice to get out of your head and practice active listening on a regular basis. Remind yourself to actively listen every day at work/home. We run the risk of losing this incredible skill if we don’t continually practice.
PSG: To – date, as a coach, what has brought you the most fulfillment?
The most fulfillment is watching people have breakthroughs. When a question you have asked or an answer they have given, really hits home or resonates. I love watching their reaction, their joy, or their surprise. It’s seeing their sense of achievement or accomplishment following a session to do something they never thought they could, or they ever thought possible. That is why I do coaching – it’s such a privilege to share that experience with someone.
PSG: What do you foresee as the main reasons for clients to look for coaching in 2016?
I anticipate the reasons for coaching won’t change dramatically over the next couple of years than what we have seen over the last couple. The main reasons will continue with the root cause of ‘not feeling good enough’, needing to develop in emotional intelligence and career coaching. The career coaching will be particularly prominent around our Millennial’s. They want purpose, they want recognition and not a job for life, coaching will become an important aspect of helping them navigate through this I believe. In that same vain, we might see some increase in entrepreneurial spirit – and wanting to explore venturing into start-ups or developing their own business. We have seen a steady increase in this from a business perspective. Finally I believe how we do coaching will need to change somewhat to meet these people where they are at – including webinars, on line training tools, video chat and other distance-learning and communications systems. All of these different elements are evolving and as coaches I think we need to take note.
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