What Is The Role Of A Coaching Agreement

In your coaching agreement, establishing what your clients can expect from you as a coach directly reflects your coaching skills in the eyes of your clients. Complying at a high level and spelling that out of agreement is a way for you, as a coach, to go to your speech. Customers can be inspired to improve their performance if you, like their coach, have your own standards for excellence. If your customers see the high standards you have for themselves, they will understand that you will also keep them at a high level. This list does not contain more casual or original clauses, but it already emphasizes that much of the coaching work involves helping clients design a detailed and formal action plan, rather than accompanying them in the development of consciousness or in intellectual and conceptual training. The coaching contract is a form of coaching in itself. Keeping the customer at a high level has the effect of expecting the best of them and strengthening the customer as creative, imaginative and quite. It also reinforces the quality of the coach/client relationship as clear, courageous and direct. We will not detail this relatively “legal” level of contracting, but will offer a closer look at other levels of these essential skills in professional coaching. It is worth noting that all “third parties” involved in triangular contracts can often be invited to participate actively and “contractually” in ensuring the success of the “designated customer” through the implementation of specific measures. Too many triangular contracts generally indicate individual or collective “targeted customers” without seeking to involve other parties in the environment, in an abusive form of delegation. These other parties can often assist the coaching process and the success of the designated client by implementing clearly defined, well-designed, concrete and measurable support measures.

In this video, we explain the role of a coaching agreement. The coaching agreement can be formal and informal, this can be written or verbalized depending on the coaching context.