Transition coaching is beneficial for anyone who may be experiencing a change in their life large or small, urgently or in the more distant future. You will learn how a transition coach can help you manage the change and prepare for the inevitable.
Your coach will help you by conducting a personal SWOT analysis by identifying your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. An individual analysis helps you discover the best route to prepare for your upcoming change. You will be able to rely on your strengths. Identify how you may be able to compensate for your weaknesses. Acknowledge what opportunities may come about with your new plans. Defend against the environmental threats that may come around as you undergo your new change.
A transition coaching session may begin with open ended questions surrounding your passions, values, strengths, and interests. Using your responses, the coach can help you by connecting and aligning your wishes and desires to the transition plan so you can get the most out of this disruption.
The next step is to create a mindful awareness of obstacles and pitfalls that may serve as roadblocks for the successful implementation of your plan. The coach will help develop tactics and strategies you feel comfortable implementing so that you can address problems when they arise.
Your transition coach will follow up with you to keep you on top of your game. Follow up is important so that you are focused, motivated, and accountable for your actions.
The responsibility of the transition coach is to serve as your activist. They achieve this goal by encouraging and promoting you during times of uncertainty.
As a result of visiting with a transition coach, you will be able to address future change, enhance your well-being, and lead a more successful life. You will discover more clarity in your life, reduce stress, gain confidence, and be prepared to manage change.
David Moriarty writes about leadership, life purpose, and cancer recovery. He is a teacher who works with youth. Previously he overcame his battle with cancer. Currently he is pursuing a degree in leadership.