Coaching Philosophy

Kimberly Hall Coaching

This is what I know about embracing change.

Kim’s Coaching Philosophy

From gaining the courage to change my career in mid -ife…

to working in a complicated, challenging and ever-changing environment in my previous career…

to adapting to a new way of life when I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in adulthood just when life and work were coming together…

This is what I know for sure. Values + strengths + emotional intelligence (qualities like resilience, optimism, stress, tolerance, problem solving and relationship building) are the secret to embracing and thriving amid change.

Values + Strengths + Emotional Intelligence

Coaching Philosophy - Values + Strengths + Emotional Intlligence

You grow and evolve as go through life. What was important to you at a particular point in your life may not be as true going forward. Working with a coach like me is an opportunity to take a deep breath, re-assess and take stock of what you want more of in your life and then take action to make it happen.

Clarifying your values at this stage of your life will help you decide your next steps and what direction you want to you go.

Knowing your strengths is empowering. It’s about bringing to light your natural talents and abilities and using them more intentionally. That will increase your capacity to succeed at new things instead of getting stuck by limiting beliefs and habits that aren’t serving you.

EQ helps with self-awareness and learning to manage/minimize stress. When you know yourself better, you do better. That helps to have peace of mind and manage stress and enjoy better relationships at work and in your personal life.

Coaching Tools

Depending on the coaching plan you choose, these tools are included.

They are meant to provide you with insights about the unique qualities you bring to the table. Based on your goals, we’ll dive further into developing particular strengths and growing your EQ in areas that could be holding you back from reaching your potential.

Values Workbook

Take stock of your experiences, define what matters to you and grow towards the future you envision.

Learn More About the Benefits of Clarifying Your Values
  • You’ll live and lead with integrity as well as with more clarity because you have a strong compass to guide you.
  • That will help you make good decisions when faced with conflicting information.
  • And help you prioritize your work and that of your team when you’re responsible for others which makes for a calmer environment.
  • When your work is chaotic, your values will help you stay grounded because you can focus on what’s important in the moment.

Personal Strengths Workbook + CliftonStrengths34 Assessment

Get unstuck from limiting beliefs that are holding you back. Achieving your potential by knowing and using your natural talents and abilities.

Learn About the Benefits of Engaging Your Strengths
  • Stop undervaluing yourself and comparing yourself to others.
  • You have unique abilities only you bring to the table. We’ll identify them so you can use and expand them.
  • Take more risks (the good kind) because you know you have the ability to achieve more.
  • Enjoy more energy and be more engaged because you are applying your natural talents to do your job well.
  • The things you’re not as good at won’t seem so daunting because you know the things you are good at.
  • Ripple effect – you’ll encourage others to use their strengths. You’ll help create more engagement and capacity in others.

EQ-i 2.0 Assessment

Be comfortable with uncertainty, manage stress and conflict, adapt to/lead change and have a better relationship with yourself and those around you.

Learn More About the Benefits of Growing Your Emotional Intelligence
  • Knowing how you feel, what your triggers are and how your behaviour impacts others allows you to choose a better response.
  • Helps you move from being reactive to proactive.
  • Staying calm when experiencing varying emotions helps your stress tolerance.
  • Finding the good in a situation and moving towards solutions instead of fixating on what’s not working encourages more optimism.
  • Managing and resolving conflicts means issues don’t escalate.
  • Having an open mind, appreciating differing perspectives and acknowledging your biases fosters innovation, creativity and inclusion.
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