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    [Coaching Model] The Dance

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    By: Kim Bowers

    Executive Coach, UNITED STATES

    Intention:

    There is no mistake that intention is the beginning stage of the model.  It can be defined as a purpose that guides your planned actions.  Part of that purpose in the coaching process is establishing trust, creating rapport, and focusing on the client’s needs.  Having intent is important in anything that we do, since it sets the stage for what’s to come next.   All of this is imperative to embarking on a successful journey with a client, in that it sets the tone for the client/coach relationship

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    [Coaching Model] The Power Play

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    By: Tiffany Manchester

    Executive Coach, UNITED STATES

    At the heart of my coaching philosophy is the principle that you are the creator of your own reality, and therefore you have the power to change it. When you take responsibility for your thoughts, words, actions, and habits, the power to create personal change is strengthened as it extends from you, rather than the belief it comes to you. This is the true source for real and lasting transformation!
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    [Coaching Model] The Iris

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    coaching modelBy:Theresa Custer

    Executive Coach, UNITED STATES

    Why an Iris?

    The iris is a beautiful and hardy flower that loves light.  During the Middle Ages, irises were used by French monarchy to represent “perfection, light and life.”   The delicate flower stands atop of a hardy stem giving it a firm foundation.  Another type of iris is a part of the eye.  It is the colored disc inside of an eye.  The color, texture and patterns of each person’s iris are as unique as a fingerprint.  It is responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupil and thus the amount of light reaching the retina.
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    [Coaching Model] Preamble

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    By: Darlene Schindel

    Executive Coach, CANADA

    Preamble

    "Coaching is a powerful conversation to enable change. Coaching Models support the client, the coach and the coaching process to create this change with awareness".

    This quote from the ICA support document on Coaching Models clearly sets out the value for a coach to have a coaching model. It is not surprising that there are millions of possibilities of models for coaches to choose from. The key is that the model a coach uses must align with their own values, beliefs and style as well as niche, to be truly valuable in the coaching process.
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    [Coaching Model] Illuminate Your Potential

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    By: Brandy Morris

    Executive Coach, CANADA

    Illuminate Your Potential coaching model is about digging inside to help you uncover your inner spark.  There’s brilliant stuff in you that’s hidden by not so brilliant stuff that is just piled there, useless and in the way.  Everyone’s stuff is arranged differently, so we’re going to get into this thing wherever it makes the most sense for you.  We’ll work together, digging into the pile and examining what comes up as it does.  The five sections of this model are the things that most often help my clients create the room they need to let their spark shine bright and light up endless doors of possibility.  We will visit these points many times throughout the trek into your beautiful brilliance.
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    [Coaching Model] Be & Light Up

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    By: Anja Unkel

    Executive Coach, GERMANY

    Just Be & Light Up Reflection / Illumination / Motivation

    Have you ever been on a walk on a rainy and dusty day? Hiding yourself behind your scarf? Going your way, step-by-step, quiet, monotonic, ...? Listening to the crunchy noises of your shoes, feeling the coldness that comes through your clothes? Absorbing all that grayness around you? - How did it feel? But suddenly a little breath came up! It lightens the clouds! Some sun sparks find their way through them. The dust clears up. And the sunshine starts to brighten everything around you! Sunrays spot your way and make you feel well and energized!
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    [Coaching Model] Empowering Perspectives Group Coaching Sessions with Focusing Forwards

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    coaching modelBy: Ami Cook

    Executive Coach, AUSTRALIA

    One of the key parts of my Coaching Practice is conducting empowering group coaching sessions for mothers.  All mums need (and deserve!) some time out to focus on themselves in a relaxed environment (or ‘a safe, supportive environment that produces ongoing mutual respect and trust’) – hence my coffee cup!
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    Coaching Model: I.A.C.T Coaching Model

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    By: Claire Wong

    “I become because I act.” - Claire Wong To have meaningful coaching, both the coach and the client must have a clear vision of the expected outcome. When the client is able to identify what he really wants, coaching efforts become focused. To clearly identify his goals, the client usually needs to go through a process of examination, reflection and prioritization of various aspects of his life. Sometimes, the client may have to clarify his values and underlying beliefs before he can arrive at a clear goal.