What is training? Training can mean many different things for different people. The context of the term when Compass Coaching uses it complies with the definition and philosophy of the International Training Division (ICF).
Below is a list of frequently asked questions to help you get a better understanding of what training is and how it is provided by Compass Coaching.
What is training? Training is a professional service designed to help customers grow and improve their lives, jobs or businesses. The process involves simple training meetings aimed at helping the customer identify where they are, where they want to go and the best way to get there. These meetings can return to the appropriate frequency to assist the customer in continuing to monitor the action plan and progress.
What is a training component like? The meetings revolve around a conversation that the customer chooses and will usually be about content, challenge or question that is at the top of the customer's mind. At the meeting, the coach is the list and provides questions and comments. This will help to create clarity and move the customer into action. These meetings can either happen by phone, the Internet or they may be face to face. Typical length of meeting will be between 30 and 60 minutes.
Why should anyone be interested in training? Someone would be interested in professional training if they are not happy with where they are and with current growth and improvement.
What does the client need to prepare for a training tournament? The only preparation that a client must make for a meeting is to bring something to discuss or have an area to be trained on. If a client does not have an area to be trained on a trainer, the trainer will bring questions and exercises in the process to help the customer identify the possible areas that they might be interested in discussing and working on.
Is this like treatment? It is easy to think that training is like treatment, and while they are similar because they are both straightforward, there are some defined differences between the two. The main difference between the two is that the treatment focuses on improving damaged areas with the aim of getting back to normal conditions. With training, it is assumed that the starting point is a natural state with the aim of improving driving towards more success and success.
An analogue that can help explain the difference is the comparison of a physical therapist and a personal trainer. Both can work with weights to strengthen a muscle group, but the physician is improving the area to normal and the personal trainer works in a healthy, healthy area that improves the condition.
Training is a similar personal trainer for the purpose of improving natural persons. If clients are looking for cure and recovery in damaged areas, some kind of psychiatric treatment may be better.
How often does a trainer meet with customers? Frequency and length of training session is solely up to the client. The parliament may be weekly, twice a month, monthly or quarterly.
What area is a trainer expert in? The coach comes first and foremost as a specialist in the field of training. This expertise enables the coach to guide and manage the training process, which is how they provide the most value for the customer. At the secondary level, the trainer will generally have deeper knowledge and knowledge in various areas of different experience and education. These areas vary from coach to coach.
How to work with a coach to help the customer? Working with a coach will help customers achieve more growth and success than they would if they were working independently. The time to reach goals and growth is usually accelerated when he works with a coach as well.