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 발제문 (김용복 연구원) - CREATING MOMENTUM WITH THE CLIENT  
첨부파일 : f1_20161013101258.pdf
 

과목:  Formation of a Professional Life Coach

주제:  CREATING MOMENTUM WITH THE CLIENT

지도 교수: 신현근 박사

발제자: 김용복연구원 (yogibkim@gmail.com)

교재:  Williams, P. & Menendez, D. S. (2015). Becoming a Professional Life Coach: Lessons from the Institute for Life Coach Training (2nd Ed.). New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company.

 CREATING MOMENTUM WITH THE CLIENT

 

Coaches work with clients’ goals-performance, coaching focus, skills, and outcomes. This aspect of coaching focuses on what the clients want-the “what” of coaching as opposed to the “who” of coaching.

 

THE “KNOW IN ORDER TO GROW” PRINCIPLE

 

1. This is why forwarding the action is at the heart of the coaching relationship-and it is the biggest difference between coaching and traditional psychotherapy. When a coach “forwards the action,” the coach helps clients move from insights into specific steps, propelling them toward their goals.

(psychotherapy 같은 효과 있을 있지 않나? 현대적 therapy 같은 목적일수도?)

2. Clients hire coaches to attain goals that will offer long-term fulfillment and satisfaction. Consequently, coaches need to focus on how clients can sustain and maintain what they most want.

3. We are looking for ways to support clients to incorporate new ways of thinking and behaving into their habits and daily repertoire.

                  In order to do this, coaches keep several questions in mind:

                  *What new perspectives

                  *what new behaviors                                    ,( second nature= internalize 같은 ?)

                  *what emotions or states of being

*what do clients need to incorporate new thinking and behaviors into what they do          naturally and habitually?

 

FOCUSING ON “RIGHT ACTION” THROUGH FIELDWORK

 

1.Coaching conversations are not complete until clients have identified actions that lead to accountability for change. Fieldwork may include actions clients agree to take that have been discussed during the session, and it can also include requests made by coaches that hold clients on course. It is important to state here that any fieldwork is generated through collaborative discussion with clients; it is an assignment by the coaches.

2. As with requests, good fieldwork is specific.

Do not overload clients with fieldwork-

3. The best fieldwork is likely to take into consideration all three factors that create momentum: results –oriented action, awareness observation (of self or other), and practices to create new habits.

*Thestressed attorney-Sharon,35  --- She wants to work with you, her coach, on getting her eating and exercise habits in order so she can better manage her stress.---

4. Results-oriented actions are the most obvious, readily available assignments. These are steps that directly and transparently further client’s movements, step by step, toward the goal.

For the attorney, What? Throw away all chocolate and sugared snacks---

She would also need to be self-aware and self-correct –to generate solutions as new issues arise.

5.Self-awareness observations improve client’s abilities to notice habits and patterns of sensing, feeling, thinking, and behaving.

A self-awareness assignment asks clients to inquire into their way of being in the world-but not to take action on the awareness.

*the attorney case:

6. Observations of others also might promote reflection during the week.

ASK YOURSELF:

7. Practices are specific actions in which clients engage with the intent of building specific cognitive and behavioral habits.

To help clients build practices, coaches need to understand a client’s vision of excellence.

ASK YOURSELF:

 

SKILLS FOR FORWARDING ACTION WITHIN COACHING SESIONS

 

Accountability

Coaching sets a context of accountability, which includes regular contact in the form of weekly or biweekly sessions. These sessions provide clients with someone outside work and family who cares about their success and who will share in and celebrate their progress. Most of us do not have this accountability regularly in our personal and professional lives.

Accountability is a gift we give clients.

Accountability leads to sustain results.

ASK YOURSELF:

 

Contracting with Clients

Contracts can be verbal or in writing; both lend power to the relationship, which holds clients accountable for what they promised.

(contract 이면 coach hold 되는 것은 무엇인가?)

Experienced coaches often ask clients to e-mail, fax, or phone a message to report their progress on actions agreed on in the contract.

(저항이 나타날 있는 가능성을 block 하지 않는가?)

ASK YOURSELF:

 

Acting As If

Clients sometimes want to achieve something but feel frozen or suck. They may be unable to move forward and reach a goal. A helpful exit from this stagnation is provided by coaching conversations that ask clients to act as if their desiredchange has already taken place.

An example of an “as if” strategy would be asking clients to imagine life six months into the future.

ASK YOURSELF:

 

Stepping Into the Future

1. *slight variation of “Acting As If”, where you ask clients to step into the desired future and describe it in detail: what they see, how they feel, how their environment appears, and so on. They will notice what is possible.

*Martin Luther King’s “ I Have A Dream” speech

ASK YOURSELF:

 

Creating Alternative Actions and Choices

* coaching competencies

* relevant experience- both coaching nd life experience,  -- the coaching is a fluid and unique response to the individual clients. ---

*Coaches move between thinking and nondirected awareness, between analyzing and reflecting.

*access client’s readiness to change and choose appropriate strategies, challenge but not overwhelmed

*create intuitive flow

*trusting relationship “on their side”( positive transference 중점하다가 negative transference 출현을 방해하는 아닌가?)

ASK YOURSELF: 

 
 
 
 
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