Professional development coaching
What is professional development coaching?
Professional development coaching is a collaboration over a defined period of time between coach and clients to help the former to achieve concrete and measurable results in their professional life.
Through the coaching process, clients deepen their knowledge and improve their performance.
Coaching can be practiced in individual sessions, face-to-face or by phone, or in a team.
What is a professional development coach?
All our coaches
- Underwent specific coaching training
- Subscribe to a code of ethics
- Can testify to a continuous practice of coaching
- Are regularly supervised
- Are engaged in a process of permanent personal development and continuous training
- Have the ability to explain their practice with theoretical references established through a reflexive approach
- Demonstrate a human and caring approach centred on the person, the team or the human system supported
- Support their clients towards their goals, respecting their autonomy and free will
The professional development coach has a caring approach centered on the person, the team or the supported human system. He accompanies his clients towards their objectives, respects their autonomy and free will.
Coaching & Ethics
- Rule of consideration The coach welcomes the words of the
accompanied person with consideration, without any form of judgment or
- Rule of freedom of speech: the clients can discuss all matters that concern them.
- Involvement rule: the client gets involved in the coaching process.
- Punctuality rule: if the client arrives late, the session will still end at the previously agreed time.
- Cancellation rule: Any session canceled less than 48 hours in advance will be invoiced
- Reporting rule: no reporting of the content of the coaching sessions will be made by the coach to the company.
- Coaching evaluation rule: in the event of a legitimate request from the company, the evaluation of the progress made by the coachee in achieving her/his objectives will be carried out during a three-party meeting – coach, coachee, representative of the company – or through a coaching evaluation questionnaire completed by the coachee himself or by any other means chosen
by the coachee and by the company , in compliance with the rule of professional secrecy.
- Rule of discretion: the coach is bound by professional secrecy.
- Coaching ethics rule: the coach does not provide psychotherapy or spiritual accompaniment. The coach undertakes to discern whether the problem of the client may be the prerogative of other disciplines than that of the helping relationship and to direct him, if need be, to other competent professionals.
Any Professional Coach must be supervised by another professional
throughout his practice.