Vision based coaching draws from Intentional Change Theory. This theory generally stipulates that when a person focuses on his or her future aspiration it helps them to consolidate and draw from the resources – psychological, cognitive, neurological, physiological – that they require in order to achieve that future state.
Coaching is about helping people to develop and people develop in the direction of their dreams. Vision based coaching focuses on a client’s personal vision: the person’s future aspiration and core identity. The emphasis is on the exploration and articulation of the client’s ideal self as the driver of the developmental process. It combines focused goals with long-term vision and in this way builds emotional commitment to sustainable effort over an extended period of time. This leads to enduring personal change.
Are you a mid-level executive looking to discover and use your strengths at work? Have you received feedback you want to work on? Do you need a plan to ensure you get that promotion? Or is it about managing your boss?
Are you an entrepreneur struggling to get your business started? Or have you decided you want to move from being employed to running your own business? Do you need to manage perfectionism, over-helm and that imposter syndrome that’s getting in the way of your business?
Focusing on your personal vision helps you to explore and articulate your ideal self and this drives your developmental process. When you combine focused goals with long-term vision you build emotional commitment to sustainable effort over an extended period of time. This leads to enduring personal change.
Are you feeling overwhelmed and need help to figure out what next? Do you enjoy self- reflection and journaling? Then Jiandike is the program for you. Jiandike is a series of guided weekly written reflections combined with virtual coaching sessions.
The Jiandike Journaling program will help you to:
- Discover your ideal self and articulate it . This process involves helping t you to become aware of your pain points – what does not seem to be working in your life. It includes imagining yourself in the future, where those pain points are eliminated: what are you doing? How are you feeling?
- Formulate a learning agenda which is a plan of action. What do you need to believe and do differently? How can start believing and doing that more consistently?
- Assess the difference between the ideal which is the future and the real which is the present.
- Practice and experiment the actions you have chosen based in options that you brainstorm, to examine the outcomes and refine them as needed.