The field of Life Coaching is a popular area of focus for individuals from all walks of life. This relatively new field of personal development is in an amazing stage of evolution. As an independent field of study, Coaching started when human resource departments started using senior-level employees to train rookies in the company. Since then, various models of goal formulation and goal achievement now apply to many different areas, including personal growth, spiritual growth, health, career, relationships, and more.
Coaching has been developed into a niche for businesses and is effective in organizational development. Additionally, the field of Coaching continues to be a successful and rewarding career path. ThriveLearning Collective Students have found Neuro-Linguistic Life Coaching® to be a rewarding career path, and use their skills to help businesses as well as individuals.
Neuro-Linguistic based Life Coaches master the art of rapport and deeper levels of communication to break through barriers between company and client and vertical or horizontal inter-office lines. Coaches specializing in business coaching are skilled in resolving conflict, optimizing sales and marketing efforts, and working one-on-one with leaders to obtain real results.
Health Coaching is an effective way to help individuals “manage” their illnesses and conditions, especially those of a chronic nature. With health care issues as a primary factor in the lives of many, more and more clients seek out this type of coaching to assist them in achieving health in a preventative manner.
The Coach trained in Neuro-Linguistics assists clients in finding mental/emotional “root causes” associated with health and wellness. These Coaches are also skilled in helping clients achieve and maintain healthy wellness goals by re-associating unproductive habits or behaviors with new, more useful choices.
Relationship Coaches are useful in several different contexts, including attracting a mate, romantic relationships, friendships, and family relationships. A Relationship Coach directs and trains his/her clients on various aspects of meeting and attracting long-term partners and meeting more compatible prospects. The focus of most programs is on confident and congruent communication. Clients learn to be empowered with a deeper level of understanding body language.
Existing relationships are strongly influenced by the use of Neuro-Linguistic Relationship Coaching. In this dynamic method, partners are encouraged to become outcome-focused and more congruent about motives. By clearing out old fears and hurt, couples can find the freedom and security to move forward together toward healthy, desirable relations.
Personal Coaching has become a vital tool in the personal growth field. Clients of Life Coaching report being able to more effectively communicate what they want and how to get it, along with experiencing strength and evolution in relationships, and an overall sense of well-being.
A Neuro-Linguistic Life Coach® may use inquiry, reflection, requests, and discussion to help clients identify personal and/or business and/or relationship goals, dissolving potential or unconscious blockages along the way. This allows the client to find focus and motivation toward action plans, and consequently, he/she manifests the most desirable outcome. Most Neuro-Linguistic Life Coaches® experience their own personal growth as they journey through the intricacies of this work in the Neuro-Linguistic Life Coaching® Certification Program. Bennett/Stellar provides a safe and comfortable environment for students to explore their own limitations and reach new-found dreams.
Just reading about personal growth is not enough to actually embody it, as personal growth comes from experience. Bennett/Stellar is proud of the truly experiential environment it provides, where Coaches and individuals alike can come and seek the change they want in their lives. Coaches may teach specific insights and skills to empower the client toward his/her goals.
Clients are responsible for their own achievements and successes. The client takes action, and the coach may assist, but he or she never leads or does more than the client. Therefore, a coach cannot – and does not – promise that a client will take any specific action or attain specific goals.