There are a lot of ways to think of a “coach”. My own particular idea is that a coach is someone who helps you see the strengths you have and then works with you to create a path to where you want to be.
Here’s an example: a 90-minute career strategy session for a grad student to help clarify the path ahead. It uses one of the templates I’ve designed for visual work: “The Symphony of You.”
There’s a highlight reel in the works, but feel free to watch this or skip around in it to get an idea of what it’s like to work with me.
My role is not as a teacher (at least, not when I’m coaching). I’m not even there to give advice. I’m more of a facilitator, which literally means “one who makes things easier.”
You already know what you need to know. I’m just using visual thinking practices to help you see the way forward to get what you want.
At the end of the session, Liz took the wall home and had a clear set of “blue-dots”: next actions to take towards the next goal. I really appreciate that Liz gave me permission to share this example of the work.
Want to set up a session? Here’s my availability; contact me and we’ll work out how to use visual facilitation for what you want.