Coaching Relationship Agreement

Structured or guided by contracts and agreements, accompanied by coaching, all customer actions provide many operational indicators on the potential for improvement and development. While working with a coach, driven by a contract process, the client gradually develops a powerful performance-centric modus operandi focused on congruent and sustainably measurable results. This is what is difficult about coaching: the success of the program so often depends on what the student is willing to learn to do. This agreement will be between Jeanette B. Engel (“Coach”) and ___ And you never need to hunt for a payment from a client who didn`t know it was due or explain to a client in need that “relationship coaching” doesn`t involve a scary hidden camera system to guide your students through appointments. Over the years, the notion of confrontation has become so widespread in the professions of communication and relationships that its original and precise meaning may have been lost. Based on transactional analysis, “confrontation” is a specific technique or procedure to be used in a very specific context. What he says: “Life is coming. I understand. But here`s what I need if you want to postpone a coaching session. Confrontation is necessary if one perceives a discrepancy in words, actions or between words and actions of a person, more precisely between the content of an explicit agreement or contract and the acts or behaviors that follow. For example, if you commit to repaying a loan over a set period of time and you do not respect the corresponding repayments, this person may legitimately be confronted by the lending party. In case of use of means other than face to face, the client agrees to call the coach on the agreed date with the agreed number. The coach and client commit to starting and ending each session on time.

If the client is more than 10 minutes late for a coaching session, the coach expects the session to be cancelled and the client to lose the meeting fee. During this “sequence” clarification process, the coach`s questions and reactions often help the client to change perspective, perceive other options, change the definition of topics, prioritize, remotivate, etc. As a result, the coach`s input that helps clients clarify their sequence contracts or agreements can often become the central area in which the art of coaching can be implemented. . . .





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