Employee Coaching Agreement

Coach, we want to hear from you: How did you prepare your first coaching contract? Is there a part of your coaching contract without which you would be lost? What do you want in the first version of your contract, but not? Share your thoughts in the comments below! It is obvious that the study of different types of contracts can be done in different professional and personal situations (partnership contracts, marriage contracts, sales contracts, employment contracts, etc.). The main elements that refer to this concept, which is essential for all our private and professional life. Analogous and sometimes metaphorical, a comparison with other professions can help us clarify the first obvious application of contracts in coaching. In fact, in this profession similar to any other, the benefits of specific contracts are numerous, for example: Cover these areas and you will never be paid by a customer who did not know it was due, to hunt, or explain to a client in need that, no, „relational coaching” does not contain a scary hidden camera system to guide your students through appointments. The contracting process is a targeted frame of mind that is constantly present in the coaching relationship as a minute-minute modus operandi. It is so ubiquitous in the coaching process that the client, as a tool, is a method oriented towards success, that the client can take him home and reproduce in all aspects of personal and professional life, long after the end of the coaching process. In this context, the concept of contract and the coaching contract processes associated with it could be considered one of the most important coaching tools, providing lasting added value to clients. Therefore, after the award of the contract and the start of the coaching process through a number of meetings, the use of a second contracting process is presented in a more operational and immediate dimension. These are meeting agreements defined at the beginning of each coaching meeting, starting with the first and next meeting of each subsequent coaching session. Now you have all the information you need to develop the very first version of your coaching contract. Therefore, the meeting agreement should have some degree of consistency or consistency with the original coaching contract and easily fit into its main objectives. Meeting agreements are generally adapted to the implementation of the initial coaching contract in its operational dimension.