3 Pillars of Coaching at The Entrepreneur’s Source: Leadership, Relationship and Opportunity
At The Entrepreneur’s Source franchise, alternative career coaches are people who you can trust. It’s their job and passion to form a valuable bond with each client in which they can guide the client toward a future that’s in the clients’ best interest.
“Coaching is about listening to and looking at the individual client’s goals, needs and expectations, and then allowing them to learn more about vehicles that have the potential to meet these goals, needs and expectations in a safe space,” said founder of The Entrepreneur’s Source Terry Powell.
Over our 30 years in business, The Entrepreneur’s Source has refined its coaching methodology to revolve around three pillars of coaching: Leadership, relationship and opportunity. Without these three elements, a coaching relationship wouldn’t be effective or beneficial. At The Entrepreneur’s Source, each coach is trained to excel in each of these pillars to help each client to the maximum. Today, we break these three pillars down.
When a client first turns to an alternative career coach, one of the biggest things they tend to seek is leadership and guidance. They ask themselves, Who can lead me out of this mess and guide me to a better life?” They often fear the complexity of the journey that lies ahead and may have even started on this path previously but turned back as their uncertainties and worries arose. These individuals don’t desire working at the process alone and instead are seeking help and direction.
These people are looking for the kind of leadership that provides direction and a safe environment to learn, grow and explore their options. Coaches at The Entrepreneur’s Source help their clients by providing them the structure by which they can find their internal compass to lead them through their journey to self-sufficiency. If for any reason they veer off the path, a coach will be there to lead them back in the right direction, providing the guidance and leadership that is required.
Many employees in corporate America have come to the realization that the systems, institutions and organizations which they depended on in the past are no longer reliable or trustworthy. The relationship pillar of the coaching partnership seeks the answer to the nagging question, “Who can I trust to help me?”
The coaching methodology at The Entrepreneur’s Source helps to fill this void, introducing you to a win-win relationship with your coach that you can count on. Our coaches are in the business of bettering people’s lives and futures, and they don’t succeed unless their clients reach a point of clarity about the options that exist for them to a better career and personal happiness. This relationship is formed as a byproduct of empowering clients to see their options clearly and working to create a bond that brings their relationship to a place of trust. This relationship has the ultimate potential to open up a world of possibilities for each client striving to become self-sufficient.
Once the first two pillars have been established, each client can begin to see beyond his or her blind spots and embrace the possibilities they never considered before. This pillar is introduced when an individual aspiring to become self-sufficient asks themselves “What Possibilities, Options and Dreams do I have?”
Each coach at The Entrepreneur’s Source helps their clients explore what their unique Possibilities, Options and Dreams may be and evaluate which options exist to help their clients achieve their Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity (I.L.W.E.) Goals. Working with a trusted coach who provides direction makes it easy for clients to explore their options – conventional and unconventional – in a safe space. Being able to see clearly and focus on new opportunities can help them better see what opportunities may lay ahead, better enabling each individual’s mindset and career to blossom.