As human beings, we have always had a system where we
could try our ideas, discuss them with other people and learn from
to think carefully. First, you have a tribe and elders. Then we had
the family, then just the family. However, in today's
time, all these structures have weakened or disappeared significantly. So
what's left with us? Who can we talk to ourselves?
Current equivalent and replacement for all these systems
is a trainer. In a recent survey of coach and training instructor,
coach was first and foremost rated as a sounding board. It's true
that we only know what we get when we hear it
to come back to us – and we think of ourselves "did I really say that?"
Many of us know the use of language and
transformation of meaningful verbal expressions. Sometimes we say
what we have and do not forget to forgive the meaning
by choosing our words. And sometimes we talk
in a way that we would never do to anyone else. Thus, the coach
may be important in his role as a sounding board.
We all need a trusted person to talk about
things that matter to us. Very often, we choose a friend,
university or family member for this purpose. As a coach fills this role, it is unusual to be an impartial person to trust and speak
when we have personal difficulties and those friends
can be a colleague or family member too close to the problem.
And training is not just a problem. It's a great
way to provide guidance and incentives to achieve goals,
big and small.
Many people say that coaches should not give advice and there are
some other directives but not for guidance. While this may be useful
attitude to accept as a coach in some circumstances, it can be
so separate and not a directive that it violates the client. Coaches
do not have to hang back as they can be challenging and have a major influence
on how customers see their options.
If the coach relationship was just a chat or
sweet conversation, why should we bother paying someone for it? And
there is no doubt that coaches get paid very well. Conversation within the
training context should affect the client and open them
to learn, new features, new features and more possibilities. There is
certain skills for that!
One useful way where coaches can be challenging is to help
people see their blind spots. This is by definition something
that we can not do for ourselves. It often requires a lot of sensitivity
and good skills to get a coach to point out these blind spots in
ways that the client accepts. Such reporting and calibration are
necessary for coaches.
In his role as a trusted friend and confederate, it is important
that a coach is not a court case. To a large extent,
can be easier when a trainer has done his own affairs
and understands his own blind spots and hot
buttons. Therefore, every coach can benefit greatly from having a coach
The coach should be the master of the importance
of being aware of the importance of this language used by the customer
and can reflect it back to the customer. We often reflect
about it itself, when it was much more useful to
help to view other perspectives as a direct human image of our features
and automatically limitations.
Thus, the ideal coach sounds, master
communication and delicate still provocative in nature while he is honest and worthy of trust. They must be careful and have good
report and calibration skills in order to be effective as a coach.
Many of these talents are part of NLP. Anyone
others can learn and develop further with an experience and
exercise to close the gap that evolves into modern society.
Life training is an attractive, challenging and often challenging process, with huge rewards. Are you ready?