September 18

The Many Ways Coaching Assist Clients

Are you curious and sometimes unaware of how coaching benefits clients? I get asked many times how does coaching benefits clients and I have to say that coaching benefits client in very many ways. Coaching help clients gain clarity by allowing them space to focus on what is really important to them so they can better prioritize and take the right action to reach their goals. Coaching help clients stay well and maintain their health by providing them with the support, encouragement and planned sequenced actions steps to manage their wellness. Coaching help clients change their perspectives even when things around them remain the same. Coaching also help clients get fast results because of the level of supported actions. This means that coaching produces results three to six times faster than one could achieve trying to reach the same goal unsupported on their own. My colleagues at ICA published some papers that reflect how well coaching assists clients. Read more…

Coaching ensures that you reach your full potential in record time. No more excuses, delays and dreaming, coaching is a process to turn your dreams into realities so you can achieve your purpose and impact the world in a big way.

To Your Wellness and Success


About the author

Joyce Odidison is President of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc., founder of the Annual Global Workplace Wellness Summit, and a sought-after international keynote speaker who draws on decades of expertise as a Conflict Analyst, Master Certified Coach, DEI Consultant, and Well-being expert. Joyce shares her compelling research and practice on the Well-being Intelligence Competencies™ providing tools and insights to address the escalating psychological safety, mental health, and wellness challenges that leaders grapple with today.

Joyce believes that all relationships and interactions affect well-being, so we must apply intelligence to refuel and foster resilience and performance. Joyce is host of What’s Happening at Work podcast, where she shares practical strategies about how what’s going on at work any day of the week affects well-being. She is the author of six books, a former college and university instructor, and a regular TV expert who has been featured in news media globally.


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