How often do we think we know what we want to achieve, only to discover that gaps like willpower and self-discipline hold us back?
High-performance coaching helps you explore your motivation, and overcome the blockers that hold you back. It’s about both support and challenge. It’s particularly useful for the following:
- Long-range career or life planning – While some people may prefer not to have a “life plan,” there’s robust evidence that shows that people who have clear plans and goals are more likely to be successful in the long term.
- Navigating career change points – An example of a career change point could be the transition from being primarily seen as a manager to being seen as a leader – someone who offers clear guidance and genuine inspiration. Coaching can help people navigate these change points more successfully.
- Making fundamental changes to performance or behavior – This involves the equivalent of athletes breaking bad habits in their game, and relearning basic skills the right way.
Handling major life setbacks – High-performance coaching can help people recover from major business or personal setbacks. In particular, it can help people address work-life imbalances, or deal with major episodes of stress or burnout.
The question is how do you succeed then go on to excel without support?