Robert offers personal coaching to individuals seeking personal growth and effectiveness. Typical issues experienced by clients include conflict, stress, difficult relationships, career choice and change, changes in life (often around 30 or 50 years of age), menopause, retirement and retrenchment.
Robert brings a mindful approach to coaching, and creates a safe, emotionally honest context for meaningful reflection, primarily using questions to facilitate change rather than just providing answers.
Robert’s typical coaching program involves six to eight sessions, resulting in clients who are empowered with an understanding of their current environment, where they are headed and how they are going to get there.
life coaching sessions allow for a in depth knowledge of the client and his/her situations. It allows for better cohesion between client and mentor / coach to create a more effective solutions or coping strategies to problematic circumstances and issues you are facing as a person.
career coach when dealing with clients who come from that background as i have been there myself. Working with these types of clients and assisting them with promotion and or any other career type issues is my true passion.
This allows me to use the best professional coaching practises out there but add to them with personal empathetic experience.
support as important as our private sessions and professional training courses. Get all of your questions answered quickly with exclusive access to our dedicated support from Monday to Friday. Skype sessions and phone calls mean that even if you arent in town you can still continue you journey.
I often use the metaphor of crossing a river to describe the different stages of my coaching process that explore :
- The near bank (current situation).
- The other side of the river (goals and objectives).
- The obstacles to crossing (threats).
- Which bridge to use (ways of reaching the goal).
- Step by step plan to achieve the goal.
- The new territory (monitoring progress and addressing new obstacles).
- Looking back across the river (evaluating personal learning).