Up Your Game. Get coached.

 

1:1 work is where the real work gets done. How are you ready for a better performance as a person, leader, partner or friend? Take a look below at some common coaching themes we see in coaching.

 

  

Individual Coaching

RSW Benefit Coverage

Some of our coaches are also Registered Social Workers, allowing individual coaching to be covered under their insurance plans. Since benefit plans vary, here's what you need to look for: ​

 

Masters of Social Worker "MSW" or

Registered Social Worker "RSW" 

 

If not, speak to your employer about sponsoring your professional development through coaching.  

Coaching for Intentional Decision Making 

"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom." Viktor Frankl

We get it.  The team is busy.  But...are you really a firefighter?  Rushing from one crisis or big decision to the next? Coaching can be the space you need to slow down a little.  It’s an opportunity to move from reactive responses to intentional decision making.

 

We don’t know your industry better than you.  But we do know how to hold space for people lean into uncertainty and tap into their own wisdom.  You are the expert in your own life. The designer of your career path. But perhaps you are moving too fast to hear yourself think.  

Let us help.

Coaching for Resilience

Your team was brave. But it didn’t go as planned because...well, sometimes, we just plain get our butts kicked. Coaching can help you get back up.  

As humans beings, we are storytellers.  It is how we make meaning.  In the absence of information, or times of uncertainty, our brains will happily fill in missing information.  These stories have a crucial impact on our happiness and our future successes.

 

Studies have shown if we are able to frame a failure as an opportunity for growth, we are more likely to experience growth (Seligman, 1991). When we are given adequate time and support to hash out difficult events at work, we learn from them, and become closer to our colleagues through deeper connection. When we don't, our people, and our culture, will instead create stories that sound a lot more like anger, rigidity and trauma. 

 

 Developing great habits of resiliency are essential to helping teams prevent burnout, reframe stress and get back up again. We'd love to help you do just that. 

Coaching for Radical Candor

How comfortable are you giving feedback? How about receiving it? 

Don't be fooled by Kim Scott's model for Radical Candor; simple isn't the same as easy.  Teams are often operating from a host of rules that make being candid feel "off limits" ("if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all," to start!). 
We know that longstanding behavioural patterns aren't undone over night, which is why a safe coaching environment can be deeply valuable to practicing these skills, messing it up, getting feedback and trying again in order to strike the balance between caring personally and challenging directly. 
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Watch Kim Scott's talk here on how Radical Candor can help you have better relationships at work and do the best work of your lives.

Red Maple Coaching & Counselling Services 

41 Erb Steet East / Waterloo, Ontario / N2J 1L7

519-221-6632

info@redmaplecoaching.com

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