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It’s important to us that the coaching is business relevant and supports your success in the workplace. In fact, Brightlife was founded out of a desire to improve people’s experience of being at work. This means that your Brightlife coach is not a ‘professional friend’ – instead, they are a conversational changemaker that you engage to ensure you make progress towards things that matter to you and your organization. This may mean that as part of the coaching agreement, your line manager or HR Business Partner will be asked to share their hopes and aspirations for the coaching. We believe this information will be useful for you.
You may be facing dilemmas as a leader. These dilemmas can usually be usefully explored and addressed within the coaching relationship. Sometimes the dilemmas can also involve your immediate team. “I want to help my team…” is something that coaches hear a lot. Your Brightlife coach can help you figure out the best way to help the team develop, and if appropriate can be directly involved in facilitating experiential learning for the team. We like to roll our sleeves up and get involved with team offsites.
The most significant predictor of success in a coaching relationship is the chemistry between coach and client. For this reason, we take care with the matching process and give you the opportunity to speak with several Brightlife coaches before making your decision.