7 Tips to Maximize Your Coaching Sessions

Are you looking to get the most out of your coaching sessions? Whether you're working with a Life Coach or a professional coach, there are several steps you can take to ensure that you're getting the most out of your sessions. Here are seven tips to help you maximize your coaching sessions.

1.Get Ready:

Before attending the coaching session, make a list of your personal goals. This will help you and your coach focus on what you want to achieve during the session.

It's also a good idea to think about any questions or topics you'd like to discuss.

2.Sit with People You Don't Know:

I've found that clients who have followed tips 1 to 4 and focused on enjoying the experience took full advantage of their coaching series and really made incredible progress. Sitting with people you don't know can help you gain a new perspective on your goals and objectives.

3.Obtain Objective Data:

There are several psychometric techniques available to help understand your personal motivations and behavioral trends (for example, DISC, Insights, Hogan, Myers Briggs).

The advantage of seeking information in this way is that it will help you and your coach to better understand how they behave and also why.

4.Commit to the Process:

Leadership training programs are often grouped into packages of 4 to 8 sessions of a couple of hours each. However, it's important to keep in mind that attending these meetings is only a small part of the commitment you'll have to make if you want to experience the type of transformation we just talked about.

5.Take Notes:

I highly recommend keeping some type of diary to take notes on what happens between training sessions.

This will help you remember what was discussed during each session and also provide a reference point for future sessions.

6.Come Prepared:

While you may want to discuss several topics, keep in mind the importance of attending each session with an area of focus and intention. This will help ensure that each session is productive and that you're making progress towards your goals.

7.Find a Quiet Place:

Co-working spaces, cafeterias and open-plan living rooms aren't ideal places to work out if you want to get the most out of your session.

Find a quiet place where you can focus on the task at hand.

Kristin Almazan
Kristin Almazan

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