Life coaching is embodied in and begins with unbiased and non-judgmental listening to the client. When these combine with appreciative inquiry, the client propels forward to identify a life’s mission.
In our December 6th HR30 Webinar we will discuss the following elements of Life Coaching:
- What is Life Coaching?
- What are the goals?
- What tools are used to aid the client in defining a plan and course of action?
The right questions posited at the right time catalyzes and leads clients to their inner truth. A vital element of life coaching is to take what might be muddled and guide the client towards clarity. Unveiled inner truth illumines their path by way of a paradigm shift. The shift empowers clients to make permanent and positive changes in their lives. Clients begin to experience transformation in their feelings and their perception of the world, and they begin to create their desired future- the ultimate benefit of Life Coaching.
About The Presenter
Our presenter for this webinar is Coach Beth Parks, a professional Life Coach with more than 20 years of executive experience leading a statewide non-profit in North Carolina. Parks is accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and certified by the Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching.
Outside of work, she is an accomplished artist and published author of the inspirational book, “There’s More to Life than Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches,” with a forward by noted author Dr. Gary Chapman. Parks is an alumna of Salem College and attended Wake Forest University for graduate studies in counseling.
Throughout her career, Parks has focused on developing collaborative relationships with diverse groups of constituents that utilize many of the necessary coaching skills.
As a life coach, Parks works with her clients to emphasize that the process is truly their personal and professional journal. By tapping into his or her own insights, abilities and creativity, the client is empowered to own the responsibility and accountability for positive outcomes. Often the process involves problem solving so the client can identify any assumptions that are keeping him or her from achieving their goals.