What Should I Expect from you as my Coach? Part Three

So far, I have listed 10 things to expect from me as your coach. Here I conclude my list of basic expectations. I share these with every new or returning client, although I work with each of my clients to ensure our relationship fulfills their unique expectations as well.

  1. Expect me to be here for you. I want to hear it all. If you have a personal problem, are upset with something, are just starting to realize something big, or cannot wait to share a breakthrough, call me ANYTIME. I am your coach each and every day and will continue to be. You can call me, email me, and fax me. I am also a father, a husband, loyal to all of my clients, and active in my communities. If I cannot talk when you call me, we will arrange a time.
  2. And in closing: If at any time either one of us decides to discontinue the coaching relationship, the relationship will be immediately dissolved. You are at free will. I am here to support, assist, mentor, guide, and encourage you but all decisions and actions are ultimately yours and yours alone to make. Many of my clients retain me month after month, year after year. All of my clients know they can count on me long after any formal business relationship ends.

I hope the expectations I share with my clients will help you in choosing a coaching relationship that delivers powerful results, is satisfying and fulfilling. If you are looking to achieve more for yourself, seek to enhance your team cohesiveness and performance, or need to establish or improve a positive organizational culture, then I would like to be your coach. Contact me any time. You can expect me to be there for you.

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About pdncoach

A Go-Giver business coach working with leaders whose success depends on the performance and productivity of others. I coach individual leaders and their teams... in small to mid-size businesses, ministries and non-profits... to accelerate their results and achieve dreams by getting past the difficult, strategic challenges of their current realities.
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