The Life Coaching Approach 2 IQ Matrix will guide you through the process of life coaching by providing a break down of how to identify what a client wants, the barriers to client change, and how to effectively utilize clarifying questions, assumptions and coaching frameworks. It’s easy to overlook some of these areas during a coaching session, however they are all of paramount importance.
Here is a quick breakdown of each branch of the Life Coaching Approach 2 IQ Matrix:
- What Client’s Want: Breaks down the tangible and intangible ‘wants’ that a client desires to have in their life, and the obstacles that prevent these wants from becoming reality.
- Barriers to Client Change: Delves into the reasons why clients resist making changes to their lives, and presents strategies for overcoming these barriers.
- Clarifying Questions: Presents a set of clarifying questions that enable the life coach to get a clearer and deeper understanding about their client’s concerns.
- Coaching Framework and Assumptions: Identifies the indispensable life coaching framework and assumptions that a life coach uses to guide them throughout their coaching sessions.
Stick with these guidelines, memorize and allow them to help you improve your approach as a life coach, and you will progressively develop effective coaching habits that will help you to provide the support and feedback your client’s need to live a happy and fulfilling life.