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Career Coaching: Advance Your Career

A career coach is a specialist in career planning who offers approved expert in resume building, negotiation and interviewing to help raise your potential but only if you aspire to put in the work

Nearly everyone get through a period of questioning their work, maybe after a major life change, when their job stops being challenging, or when there’s simply something else they’d rather be doing. But after two years of the pandemic, it feels like there have never been so many people reconsidering their careers.

While employes can turn to friends and family to work through these crises, in recent times, a huge career coaching industry has derived, promising to help people find new direction in their working lives, and gain the abilities to set and achieve their goals.

What to Anticipate From a Career Coach

A career coach can help you determine your purposes, whether those are to land a higher-paying job, alter careers, earn a promotion, or ace a job interview.

According to the International Coach Federation, working with a career coach is a creative process that can inspire you to enhance your particular and professional potential. The coach’s liability is to:

  • Explore, clarify, and line up with what you want to succeed
  • Hearten self-discovery
  • Bring out solutions and strategies
  • In charge you responsible and accountable

This process helps clients dramatically enhance their outlook on work and life, while perfecting their leadership abilities and unlocking their particular and professional potential.

People in mid-career can benefit greatly from career coaching as well, whether to help them advance in their own companies or take the step to move elsewhere. It can be just as important, even more so, for mid-level folks to hire a career coach. It’s a relatively modest investment that can pay great dividends.

 

Sources

https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20220103-can-a-career-coach-find-you-your-dream-job
https://www.cio.com/article/220233/7-signs-youre-ready-to-hire-a-career-coach-and-3-signs-youre-not.html


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Surgical coaching offers an innovative approach to nonstop professional development and performance enhancement that can be evaluated throughout one’s career. In surgery, coaching is a cooperation between a trained surgeon trainer and a surgeon with self identified aims that are pursued through cooperative analysis and formative feedback.

There are two primary types of surgical coaching expert coaching and peer coaching. Expert coaching is when the surgeon trainer imparts a new skill or knowledge to the surgeon being counseled. Peer coaching is when the two surgeons have a analogous position of experience and information, and engage in a cooperative literacy process.

The effectiveness of expert surgical coaching has been demonstrated for medical scholars, residents and rehearsing surgeons. Medical scholars performed virtual reality and porcine laparoscopic cholecystectomies with the intervention group entering video-based surgical coaching by an expert laparoscopic surgeon. The coached medical scholars outperformed the control medical students in all three global rating scores used, although the coached scholars took longer to operate. The study demonstrated that coaching is effective for novice surgeons in a simulation environment but requires increased time.

Peer coaching works well for surgeons in independent practice. An evidence-based peer coaching program was lately enforced in the state of Wisconsin. Participant surgeons were signed via an e-mail from the state surgical society, received an information primer, and passed one-hour online orientation. Coaching sessions were also held and were directed by the participant’s aims. While there were challenges with audio-video data capture and the time needed, both the trainer and participant surgeons plant the coaching program to be largely precious.

The use of cooperative analysis and self-reflection in surgical coaching represents a paradigm shift in surgical education, providing an evidence-based approach to continued professional development that can lead to practice change.


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Self-Compassionate Awareness

Self-compassion is a concept that comes from Buddhism. Self-compassion has existed in eastern culture for many years, but in the last 10 years, the concept of self-compassion has started to take place in the field of psychology in western culture. According to Western philosophy, showing compassion is often a motivation to help others through their suffering. According to Eastern philosophy, to be understanding and compassionate towards others, they must first be compassionate towards themselves. Compassion is a feeling of psychological well-being that is shown not only to the suffering of others but also to the suffering of the individual. To understand the concept of self-compassion, first, it is necessary to know what the concept of “compassion” means.

A person who can show compassion to others recognizes the pain of another and carries with him the desire to alleviate the pain. Compassion, instead of criticizing or judging a person who is wrong or unsuccessful; considers faulty human behaviors as natural processes that can happen to all people. Compassion is the desire to be understanding towards the mistakes of others, to understand the pain of others, and to relieve the pain of others; Self-compassion also includes similar behaviors that the individual shows towards himself in cases of failure and inadequacy.

People have experienced painful negative events many times in their lives. As Buddha stated 2500 years ago, all individuals suffer one or more times in their lives. The healthy approaches of individuals against negative experiences, failures, and painful events are among the important issues that positive psychology is interested in today. In this context, in addition to concepts such as “self-esteem” and “self-efficacy”, which can be defined as healthy approaches in positive psychology, the concept of “self-compassion” has entered the literature.

No one can save you but yourself. Be the light yourself. Buddha

Components of Self Compassion

Self-Kindness

When we are in a difficult situation, when we are in pain, we constantly criticize ourselves. Why me? The reason why it hurts is my fault? I’ve never been able to do it anyway!! How cruel are we to ourselves? Let’s switch roles; Have a friend in pain or in a difficult situation? Don’t worry, I’m sure you’ll be even more successful next time! Please don’t suffer, because if it wasn’t for this situation, you wouldn’t have had such an experience. We take a lot of positive approaches like these. How cruel we can be when it comes to ourselves. Here Self Compassion is our kind approach to ourselves. Self-Compassion is accepting the situation as it is when we make a mistake. It allows us to be ready for change, be patient, and motivate ourselves positively without criticizing ourselves.

Awareness of Sharing (Common Stakeholder)

To be part of a whole. Anyone can make mistakes, and everyone can fail, it’s all about accepting the notions of part of life. People who understand my common stakeholder see the problems they encounter as a natural part of their life, instead of isolating themselves from other people. The individual who experiences negative emotions becomes aware that when his intense emotions subside, everything is not “because of me” or “my fault”, it is due to some universal reasons, that feeling sad, and suffering can be felt by all people.

Millions of people live in the universe, and everyone has their own positive or negative experiences. We are never alone.

Mindfulness

Awareness and Self Compassion are interrelated. Mindfulness is about making direct contact with our present experiences by accepting them and without judgment. Living in the past or the future, and missing the present is a mistake many of us make. We are happy when we sit in front of a beautiful view. But when we look at this view and think about what will happen the next day or what happened last week, happiness disappears. Sometimes we become prisoners of our thoughts and emotions. Thoughts run through our minds even if we don’t want them to. Now we have become our thoughts. They begin to rule us.

Sometimes we act with the judgments we create in our minds, not what is going on around us and inside us. We analyze everything, we try to interpret it. We look with our brains, not with our eyes. This intense effort to make sense of it causes us not to feel what is going on.

People with high awareness levels become aware of their problems in negative life events, instead of focusing too much on the problem situation. This process helps the person to understand himself by preventing him from making negative judgments. In short, Awareness can be described as a mental state obtained through observing one’s thoughts, feelings, and body to answer the question “What am I living through right now”.

People with low awareness become integrated with their pain. This situation is called identification with pain. When the person is too caught up in the pain he experienced, he falls into the traps of negative feelings and thoughts about himself. Since the mind of the individual is full of these negative emotions, feelings of self-compassion can also be inhibited.

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf. Jon Kabat-Zinn

On the Self-Compassionate Approach

Studies have shown that self-compassionate individuals get more satisfaction from life and self-compassion undertakes a preventive task against negative emotional states such as depression, anxiety, and stress.

Bad things can happen to any of us. None of us may have all-around success. The important thing is to get up with our self-respect, with the same respect every time we fall, and return to that struggle for life with our awareness. Self-Compassion is a journey that can be developed. You must continue your journey by increasing your positive attitude every day.

Author: Merve Yalım Toprakhisar

For a preliminary interview or more information, please visit her website:
https://www.gizilcoach.com/

Please also find her at Coachsea:
https://www.coachsea.com/directory-profile/merve-yalim-toprakhisar/


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In recent years, professional coaching has become one of the most popular careers. Numerous sorts of coaching, including life coaching, relationship coaching, and career coaching, are getting increasingly fascinating as time passes. However, many individuals have begun to profit from coaches to overcome life’s challenges. This predicament of supply and demand is increasing the significance of this business discipline daily.

Especially millennials are the generation most likely to be apprehensive of guiding and most likely to have shared in a coaching relationship, according to the findings of a new study commissioned by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). The recent Global Consumer Awareness Study (GCAS) shows 81% of repliers in the millennial age group expressing mindfullness of coaching compared to 51% in the Greatest Generation.

In addition to this, health coaching, a topic that we heard a lot about during the Covid-19 outbreak, has been studied in the literature. According to a report published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, health coaching can effect changes in several biometric risk variables such as blood pressure, cholesterol, and body weight. Health coaching has also been shown to improve health-related quality of life and reduce hospital admissions in studies.

However, the growing popularity of coaching and the extension of coaching disciplines into vital sectors poses a serious threat. It also raises the amount of unauthorized and harmful operations, which are particularly prevalent in this industry. Another important issue is find a good coach that fits the needs.

According to the statement of a coaching directory company official named Coachsea, where accredited and authorized life coaches are listed and verified in the world, even if unauthorized and inadequate coaches graduate from good educational institutions; states that they can make many people suffer as a result of wrong career and life directions. In this context, he said that it is necessary to think carefully when getting service from coaches that are not accredited and verified by independent institutions, and good research should be done about the coach that will be served.

The official, who stated that as Coachsea, they operate in the field of verification of coaches, added that they have been following the recent negative events carefully and that the number of similar verification organizations should increase especially regionally so that service users experience less victimization.


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COVID-19 can affect anyone, and the complaint can cause symptoms ranging from mild to very severe.Data shows that numerous of those who develop severe complications after contracting it have pre-existing health conditions.

In fact, almost 90% of adult cases rehabilitated with COVID-19 in the U.S. had one or more primary conditions, according to a CDC report. These findings suggest people with threat factors may be more likely to need hospitalization or intensive care if they have COVID-19, or they may be more likely to die of the infection. With the clear correlation between health and response to the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s now more important than ever to address your workforce’s threat factors to improve health outcomes in any situation that arises, whether it be a pandemic, an individual health issues or an accident, or whatever else impacts your members’ health.

Health coaching is effective for people managing a variety of health conditions. According to a study conducted by the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, regular physical activity, correct nutrition, tobacco cession, and a many other common life interventions can help alleviate the progression of numerous habitual conditions and, in certain cases, even reverse existing disease.

Health coaching can affect t in advancements in multiple biometric threat factors, including blood pressure, cholesterol, and body weight. Studies also show that health coaching can improve health-related quality of life and affect in decreased sanitarium admissions.

 

Sources:

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2765184

Clinical Effectiveness of Lifestyle Health Coaching https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1559827615592351


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Welcome to the first installment of my blog series on Transformative Life Coaching and everything to do with personal growth and transformation. I am Dr. Olly Alexander, MD, PhD, a Coachsea Coach. My education and training can be found at the bottom of this blog. I received my training in Transformation Life Coaching in London, England. I believe so strongly in the transformative potential of coaching that I have had, and continue to have, a number of Transformative Life Coaches. I’ve been on a personal change journey. I’ve had significant changes in my ways of BEing and so DOing. I work as a Transformative Life Coach full-time.

To visit my website, please click here:
www.transformativelifecoach.co.uk

Here is my page on Coachsea:

https://www.coachsea.com/directory-profile/olly-alexander/

In this blog series, I want to tell you all about Transformative Life Coaching and how an enhanced way of BEing can lead to potentially epic outcomes in life, relationships, and your job.

In business, leadership, and coaching circles, the concepts transformation and transformative coaching have become commonplace. Unfortunately, when words are freely used, we lose sight of their actual meaning and use them to describe things they are not. All change is transformation, but not all transformation is change. “At least I know who I was when I woke up this morning,” As Alice said in her Wonderland experience, “at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.”

“It is what man really thinks of himself that really determines his fate. Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.” Henry David Thoreau

In today’s world, there are over 100,000 coaches. This is an opportune time for the growth of Transformative Life Coaching (TLC), which is increasingly a blend of coaching, positive psychology, and other influences, as I’ll explain below. But what is TLC, who will benefit from it, and how?

This blog will give you all the essential information regarding Transformative Life Coaching. Let’s get started if you’re ready.




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