According to Thompson et al, coaching is a new trend in professional field that has increasingly gaining popularity in recent times. All coaching approaches have a common denominator despite the fact that lots of various definitions, ways to understand and categorizing practices in coaching may have. Depending on the coach’s beliefs and methods and also on the client’s objections, the nature and expression of the changes will be varied and may be defined in two ways: perceptual or cognitive and concrete behavioural changes (Dagley, 2010).
The purpose of coaching is about one's self that is why the theory suggests that the process is humanistic and the outcomes are transformational (Brockbank and McGill, 2006). There are various trainings and ways on how coaches deal with his coachees. With this excercises, one can be aware that there would be moments that would occur where they could experienced range of emotions e.g. excitement, anxiety, sadness. Example is when a competent leader realizes that his team has thought him highly because of his achievements, yet the tem leader never give appreciation of his own achievements. A certain coach may challenge that leader to consider what it may mean to him in the future, this approach may be referred as wind chime moment. According to the definition of De Haan et al (2010, p 610), these are called ‘critical moments.’ The critical moments experienced have all been associated with heightened emotion of differing types, such as relief, sadness or an amazing sensation of increased confidence. According to De Haan et al (2010), experiencing these moments and engaging in a reflective dialogue with a coach, one can arrive to new perspectives on issues and will develop a new sense of self understanding. Additionally, one can understood what needs to do next; one can take action to do it and so one can achieve the change. This new perspective has often contributed to a new feeling about how one can view his role and his self within the world. These experiences appear to support theory that coaching is about incremental and transformative change, that can be achieved through personal realizations.
Coaching for professional development is a growing discipline. Research indicates there is a plethora of coaching models, however is suggesting coaching is generally highly effective (De Haan et al, 2010). Through the experience of coaching relationship, one can may have come to believe that how he will think about the world. One can realized that his consciousness instrumental in how he see his self in the world and his sense of self. Therefore one can realized the way he understand the world and how he construct it’s meaning is significant in establishing how he feel about his self and his ability to make sense of his life and his roles within his life.
According to Olivero et al (1997), coaching requires setting of goals, practice and approaches, also problem solving then giving feed back, supervisory involvement,...