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    • The Wake County Story Transforming Staff to Be Life Coaches
    • Life Coaching is a new and rapidly growing profession that is profoundly different from consulting, mentoring, advice, therapy, or counseling. The coaching process addresses specific personal projects, business successes, general conditions and transitions in the client's personal life, relationships or profession by examining what is going on right now, discovering what your obstacles or challenges might be, and choosing a course of action to make your life be what you want it to be. Lifecoaching.com LIFE COACHING- DEFINITION Life Coaching
        • Focuses on the life of the person
        • Requires a Life Plan
        • Designs strategies to accomplish goals
        • Works on present projects
        • Works on mindset
        • Help clients develop new skills
      LIFE COACHING Basic Elements Life Coaching
      • Mindset
      • ( Self esteem, positive thinking, competitiveness, desire, will, determination)
      • Goals
      • ( Professional, educational, employment, financial, social, quality of life)
      • Skill Sets
      • (Discipline, work habits, education, expertise, competencies, project management, financial planning, strategizing)
      • Resources/Assets
      • ( Money, housing, medical services, social supports, other assets)
      • Family & Community
      • ( Positive interaction with family; active member of social network; positive and supportive group of friends; civic engagement; volunteers/contribution)
      LIFE COACHING INTERVENTIONS Life Coaching
    • LIFE COACHING
      • Phases:
        • Recruitment
        • Engaging
        • Assessment
        • Contracting
        • Developing Life Plan
        • Developing Personalized Support Network
        • Implementing Life Changes
        • Monitoring Progress
        • Maintaining Motivation
        • Celebrating Successes
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
      • RECRUITMENT
        • Appropriate Selection
        • Defining Expectations
        • Exploring potential pitfalls
        • Motivating participants
        • Solving potential problems to participate
      LIFE COACHING Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
      • ASSESSMENT
        • Informal Conversation
        • Documentation review
        • Introducing instruments
        • Administration of Instruments
        • Analyzing results
        • Discussing results
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT LIFE COACHING Life Coaching
    • LIFE COACHING
      • CONTRACTING
        • Developing service agreement
        • Reviewing personal preferences
        • Discussing obligations
        • Negotiating terms
        • Clarifying questions
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
      • DEVELOPING LIFE PLAN
        • Identify Goals
        • Clarify/define Goals
        • Discuss practicalities
        • Establish priorities
        • Establish target dates
        • Develop initial draft concept
        • Approve Basic Concept
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT LIFE COACHING Life Coaching
    • Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Middle Class Express YOUR IDEAL MIDDLE CLASS LIFESTYLE Copyrights. Middle Class Express Workbook Life Coaching   AREAS   Describe your ideal lifestyle 1 Employment/Career   2 Money/Assets/Finances   3 Education   4 Skills Sets/Experience   5 Personality/Mindset/ Attitude   6 Access to needed resources   7 Health/ Physical Conditions   8 Family and Social Life   9 Housing Conditions   10 Quality of Life/Happiness  
    • Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Middle Class Express YOUR CURRENT MIDDLE CLASS LIFESTYLE Copyrights. Middle Class Express Workbook Life Coaching Instruments Used   AREAS   Describe your ideal lifestyle 1 Employment/Career   2 Money/Assets/Finances   3 Education   4 Skills Sets/Experience   5 Personality/Mindset/ Attitude   6 Access to needed resources   7 Health/ Physical Conditions   8 Family and Social Life   9 Housing Conditions   10 Quality of Life/Happiness  
    • LIFE COACHING
      • DEVELOPING PERSONALIZED SUPPORT NETWORK
        • Identify needs
        • Identify existing resources
        • Connect participant with resources
        • Develop additional resources
        • Train participant in resource utilization
        • Develop sequential plan for resource utilization
        • Establish/Maintain relationship with providers
        • Look for support for problem solving
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
    • LIFE COACHING
      • MONITORING PROGRESS
        • Develop monitoring mechanism
        • Discuss process with participant
        • Engage participant in self monitoring
        • Apply Instruments
        • Periodic plan review
        • Provide feedback
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
    • LIFE COACHING
      • MAINTAINING MOTIVATION
        • Offer encouragement
        • Engage participant in motivational programs
        • Provide reading materials
        • Recommend movies or tapes
        • Discuss critical issues
        • Identify potential problems
        • Problem solving
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
    • LIFE COACHING
      • CELEBRATING SUCCESS
        • Develop celebration rituals
        • Share successes with others in program
        • Provide incentives
        • Ask participant to celebrate with others
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
    • THE ROLE OF A COACH
      • PRIMARY ROLES:
        • Informational : Provide information about the program and services available .
        • Engagement : Helping people keep connected with the program.
        • Guidance : Helping people navigate the system and take advantage of opportunities.
        • Decision Making : Helping people make appropriate decisions.
        • Clarification : Helping define and clarify goals
        • Planning: Helping develop life plan
        • Strategizing : Helping develop appropriate strategies
        • Focusing : Helping people stay focused
        • Problem solving : Helping them deal with obstacles that prevent them form moving forward.
        • Motivation : Encouraging people to stay on track with their life plan.
        • Monitoring and follow up .: Provide opportunities to assess progress
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching
    • COACH RESPONSIBILITIES
      • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES :
        • Attend orientation and training sessions.
        • Participate in general program meetings
        • Attend special team meetings as needed.
        • Learn and be familiar with program’s resources
        • Contribute to the development of individual life plans.
        • Monitor, follow up, compliance with plan.
        • Person to person contact with participants.
        • Phone contacts with participants.
        • Identify available resources and inform clients about them.
        • Keep some minimal record for program files.
      Ramon Rojano MPH, MFT Life Coaching