How to Get Your Clients Powerful RESULTS As A Coach

Posted on: April 19, 2017 Category: For Coaches

How to Get Your Clients Powerful RESULTS As A Coach

One of the most popular questions I get asked by my private coaching clients who are coaches and consultants is how to get their clients results in coaching

Chances are, you care deeply about helping your clients get results, and this question is often one that you think about.

Here are the tips I give my 1:1 coaching clients:

1. Deliver your BEST service … while remaining unattached.

Focus on delivering your best coaching services…
Be committed to your clients’ results…
While remaining un-attached.

Remember that the immediate results are not a direct reflection of your abilities and skills as a coach.

Focusing on the immediate, tangible results alone can a short-sighted thing — as many results will come over the coming weeks and months too!

In my coaching practice, we look at results on many different levels (physical ones of course — and emotional and energetic ones too!)

Because, when we are able to shifts how we feel and vibrate on an emotional and energetic level respectively, we are creating a fertile nourishing ground for the client’s goals and dreams now and for time to come.

{Often it can look like things aren’t happening after 1-2 sessions, and then suddenly a huge exponential growth occurs due to the mindset shifts and action that have been put in place over time.}

2. Make your client’s empowerment #1

Empower your clients to feel self-empowered. That means: taking responsibility for their own results, being able to discern what is right for them and share what isn’t during the coaching (not just taking everything as-is!), holding their own boundaries, and asking for exactly what they need from coaching.

Two empowered people coming together to collaborate, strategise and co-create = powerful results delivered.

3. Hold the space for your client’s Highest potential and reality

See them as who they are, even when they don’t believe in themselves.

When they’re playing small, invite them to step up and show up on a bigger level.

This is one of the wonderful gifts of having a coach!

4. Share with an open heart and mind

Share what you are intuitively perceiving and receiving (with an open heart and intention to serve/support).

Remember you are the expert and coaching can sometimes be uncomfortable. Share without being attached to your answers landing right away (or landing at all). This includes sharing what they might not want to hear!

{Sometimes I’ll share what I am intuitively seeing or getting as a coach, and my client will say ‘No, that’s not what is going on’. And that’s PERFECT. We look at things from a different perspective, ask different questions, and use these as starting points for the conversation — they lead to the ‘AHA moment’.}

5. Be OK with not having all the answers (Know your role as a coach)

Coaching is a journey that the coach and client undertakes together.

It’s OK not to have all the answers at the start of the session, because the answers REVEAL themselves with each coaching process and prompts.

I love seeing coaching as a journey of discovery. We never know where the session goes at the beginning – we simply have a strong intention and clear goal – and the session always comes full-circle at the end.

You’re not there to give answers — and that’s OK. The value of coaching doesn’t always lie in being able to give your clients the answers, it also lies in them feeling heard, respected, valued, discovering their own revelations and so much more…

In coaching, we believe that the client often has the answers within them. We believe that no two client is the same — and therefore each approach is personalised and tailored to fit each client’s circumstance, beliefs, dreams and values.

Your main role as a coach is to LISTEN — and listening between the lines of what your client is saying. That’s where the gems are! :-)

How to Get Your Clients Powerful RESULTS As A Coach

6. Teach your clients how to be GREAT clients! (Build valuable skills via coaching)

Above discovering answers to what is currently going on – one of the gifts of coaching is that we learn incredibly valuable skills as a person (that will add to our net worth and value).

Some of the skills you might build with your client include setting and communicating their needs and boundaries;  developing resourcefulness and a solution-oriented mindset; getting out of victimhood and taking control of their destiny; asking for what they desire; valuing and honouring themselves (and their work); having a strong sense of self-awareness; self-love etc.

In business coaching sessions with my clients, we also build skills like communicating the value of their work; loving the sales process; making sales and asking for money for their work; increasing their prices and booking clients at new rates; outsourcing work and getting more support in the business etc.

{One of the most important skills you can teach your client is DISCERNMENT. Teach them how to honour their own guidance and be led by their own heart. Teach them that your coaching is there to complement and support them with alignment and making decisions — ultimately they are the ones to call the shots for their own results and decisions (with your loving guidance and powerful support).}

7. Dismantle the pedestal

Possibly my favourite one – and one that’s SO powerful when it comes to getting great results as a coach.

Empower your clients to discern and see you as a fellow human. (That’s right!)

Sometimes we see our coach as an authority, and unknowingly we can put them on a pedestal — which is dangerous. We take their word as gospel and blindly without consulting our own intuition. Ensure your clients don’t put you on a pedestal and give away their power as a result of that.

8. Keep building your own skills

Finally, as you keep developing your own skills – whether through attending development workshops/trainings, working with a coach, gaining more real life experience via running your own business/living your life, clocking in on your coaching/consulting hours…

As you keep investing in your growth and training, you’ll get better and better. Practices leads to mastery. And true mastery at that – as you build on the points above and establish a strong foundation!

Ready to Develop Coaching Confidence?

I’ve put together a PDF Workbook to help you exude TRUE confidence as a coach/consultant.

It really starts with you feeling confident about your abilities a coach.

The sales, clients, results – they’re a flow on effect of how you feel internally. When you’re confident, you’re focusing on the right things with your clients (instead of being worried about insecurities).

Download this PDF workbook here (it’s FREE)!

I believe in you.

With love,

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