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WHAT IS Positive Psychology COACHING?
Positive Psychology coaching is a collaborative approach between a coach and coachee (or coachees in group coaching), that clarifies and focuses on a coachee’s strengths and values to help achieve their goals in work and life.
Rather than being purely goal and outcome focused, Positive Psychology coaching also considers the wellbeing of the client, those that the client may lead and the system that the client operates within.
Our coaching approach and tools used are evidence-based, from the fields of positive and coaching psychology, positive organisational scholarship (focused on workplace culture and leadership development) and performance psychology. Self-evaluation and other feedback tools may be utilised as and if required.
Who is coaching suitable for?
People work with a coach for many reasons. Those who choose to be coached include people who are.
What to expect from coaching
Coaching* follows an agreed pathway to achieve the clients’ goals. Effective coaching is a safe, confidential collaboration between the coach and client. The coach will listen, encourage, ask questions, provide feedback, be honest, direct and sometimes challenging. The coach will also offer tools and processes, reading or action learning ‘homework’ to help clients’ grow and develop.
The coach plays the role of a facilitator of change, and it is the client’s responsibility to enact change. Coaching is successful for people who are:
*Please note that coaching is not therapy and thus does not aim to treat psychological problems.