Q: What is the duration of the coaching program?
Our coaching programs are tailored to the unique needs and goals of each client. Typically, individual coaching programs last between 3 to 6 months, while team coaching programs may last from 3 months to a year or more, depending on the desired outcomes and complexity of the team dynamics.
Q: Are sessions conducted in-person or virtually?
We offer both in-person and virtual coaching sessions, depending on your location and preference. While we recommend in-person sessions, particularly initially, our virtual sessions are conducted in a way that provides the same high-quality and confidential coaching experience.
Q: What is the difference between individual and team coaching?
Individual coaching focuses on personal growth and development, while team coaching addresses group dynamics, collaboration, and overall team performance. Both help individuals and teams achieve their goals, however, the focus and methods used in each type of coaching differ.
Q: How often will coaching sessions take place?
Coaching sessions generally occur on a fortnightly or monthly basis, but the frequency can be adjusted based on your needs and preferences. For teams, this may be more regular (e.g., weekly) or infrequently (e.g., quaterly), depending on the goals of the coaching.
Q: How will you ensure my confidentiality?
We take client confidentiality very seriously. As Psychologists, we follow the APS code of conduct and are bound by the Australian legislation that applies to all registered healthcare practitioners. Excluding the legal exceptions, anything you share during coaching sessions stays between us.
Q: How do you measure the success of a coaching program?
We measure success by evaluating how the progress and growth of individuals or teams is achieving their set goals. This may include tracking improvements in specific skills, behaviours, or performance metrics, as well as their self-confidence, self-insight, and satisfaction with their progress.