A professional career is one of the important pillars that keep us on a daily basis to meet basic needs and maintain the level of well-being necessary for a good quality of life. But many people are dissatisfied with their work. See how coaching can help!
What is coaching?
Coaching is a process that helps people develop and learn in ways that allow them to have or achieve what they really want. This is because coaching focuses on the individual’s situation in particular and their individual commitment that is rarely experienced in other contexts.
Coaching can act as a catalytic agent by combining this situational focus with various tools and techniques, support and encouragement. It is a methodology that allows space for the individual to understand for himself the next step to be taken, which we do not always stop to do in this busy world.
After the individual engages in a process of personal transformation, it is important to maintain the commitment to the goals established together with the Coach, knowing that relapses and agendas are part of the process. The Coach can ask the right questions at the right time, being more willing to give advice and guidance to help the client find their own solutions. These and other techniques, such as the combination of active listening and companionship on the journey, coaching can contribute in many areas of human life.
One of the examples where the knowledge and techniques of coaching can be applied is in choosing or adjusting one’s career. In career coaching, the professional has satisfactory experience to help the coachee find their dream job, start a new career or be promoted in the company they work for, for example:
- Career coaching can be applied in the following situations:
- You feel stuck in your current career or position;
- You have no idea how to become more successful;
- He submits several resumes but is not called for any vacancy (ie, he is unable to present his experiences and qualifications);
- Are you looking to make a drastic change in your career or type of work;
- You feel paralyzed at a job interview; among others.
Career coaching can help you in two basic ways, where some coaches have a broader experience and can help you with any demands that arise, while other coaches are more specialized and can help you with specific issues you are looking for in your career.
The coaching process begins with an initial consultation where an anamnesis is performed to help both the Coach and the Coachee better understand the situation and where the person wants to go. All information provided is important to provide insights about your goals and ideas about your professional career.
If you want to take the next step in your career, look for an AHDE-accredited Coaching professional and see the results in yourself today! We help you go further!