Strength-Focused. Personalized Plan.
How does coaching work?
Entering into a coaching relationship means you are ready to make some changes in your life. Change takes time and it is important to be prepared to commit 2-4 months to the process.
At our initial success-strategy meeting, we will discuss your strengths, successes and challenges along with your overall goals for coaching. Each meeting will have a specific direction and purpose, which will include a check-in on progress being made from the previous meeting and identify areas to continue development strategies and awareness.
How often do we meet?
You can meet with the coach weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. This can change over time based on your needs and goals. It is recommended that we meet weekly for a period of time to establish new habits and develop new strategies. Together, we design a meeting schedule and frequency based on your goals.
Customized Coaching Packages
Coaching comes with a financial commitment as an individualized process, specifically targeting your challenges and moving you toward your goals. The process is success and action oriented with proven results that will help you to make real and lasting changes in your life.
Payment options and package fees will be customized to help you meet your goals. There is a minimum requirement for 3 sessions to get the process started and from there, we can determine how to proceed. Most sessions are 45-min to hour. Fees also cover email or text check-ins between sessions, as well as organization and planning resources and educational material.
Options for Financial Assistance for Coaching
In Canada, the cost of coaching may be an allowable expense to claim on your income tax, either as a medical expense if diagnosed with ADHD, LD or other recognized learning challenge (CRA medical expense) or as a business expense if you are self-employed. As well, some employers will cover the cost of coaching as professional development.
"Each meeting helped
was on my plate -
whether it was planning short term for a very
busy week or discussing longer term issues such as finding life balance
or looking at
my career goals."
Ivey Business Student