The coaching process

All the coaching I offer is one-to-one, which makes it personal, private and tailor-made just for you. This means we can deal specifically with your goals and requirements, focusing on the things that need to be tackled quickly.

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If you would like to see and hear Dr Chris Hewitt talking about his experience of Coaching, view the Vimeo which was produced by the Faculty of Medical Leadership & Management.

 

 

 

Your coaching will be achieved through the following process:

  1. Understanding your context and identifying goals
  2. Employing tests and tools to identify the problem (if you choose)
  3. Designing a plan of action to get the results you need
  4. Review and reflection

As your coach, I will:

  • be reliable regarding appointments and monitor the time you have together;
  • actively listen;
  • help you work things out for yourself and avoid giving instructions;
  • help you establish what you might need and how you may access it;
  • avoid jumping to conclusions;
  • help you explore options;
  • encourage you to reflect in order to learn from developments;
  • encourage you to set learning objectives;
  • provide constructive feedback as and when appropriate; and
  • ask your permission before I offer any observations.

At each stage of the coaching process Alexis made sure that I was happy with what we were addressing and summarised what had been achieved/planned each session – this helped keep it all ‘on track’ and is a great reflective tool for me to take into the future with me. GP

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To find out more about how coaching works and how it could help you, please contact me.