Personal Development Coaching

For many, working one-to-one with a personal development coach is of immense value.

A coach is your partner in ensuring that you make the most of your life, so they might be described (amongst other things!) as:-

  • Supportive
  • Encouraging
  • Interested
  • Non-judgmental
  • Objective
  • Success-focused
  • Challenging!
  • Dynamic

At Coach Train Learn! we like to think of a coach as someone you meet with regularly, face-to-face, by phone or even by e-mail, who is going to be fully there for you. Someone who is totally focused in working with you to get exactly what you want from your life.

For as long as our clients need us and no more.

Coaches work with clients in many ways. Here are a few examples:-

  • Career
  • Relationships
  • Family
  • Finances
  • Work/life balance
  • Frustrations
  • Health
  • Goals – short- and long-term
  • Projects

It’s amazing how many clients make such rapid progress when they work with a coach, when on their own they seem to get stuck.

Coaching isn’t magic. Nor is it mumbo-jumbo that costs the earth with little or no return. We know, we’ve had coaches of our own. All have added value for us.

At Coach Train Learn! we are signed up to the highest ethical standards with the International Coach Federation – the world’s oldest and most renowned independent accreditation organization for coaches.

Coaching requires courage, hard work and focus to make the relationship work. Many have found value in the unique relationship they have with their coach.

And their lives have changed for the better.

And, you know, coaching is not for everyone. At Coach Train Learn! we understand that you might need to know more. That’s why we are here.

So, if you want to talk about coaching and the value that it might be for you, just get in touch here.

We’ll tell you all you need to know – and we’ll tell you if coaching might not be for you as well. Be assured, we only work on win-win outcomes with our clients.

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