Helping people bettering themselves and changing how they act, however, as with life coaching clients, transformational coaching clients work on changing the way they see themselves.
Leadership is a practical skill encompassing the ability of an individual or organization to “lead” or guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations by providing direction, implementing plans, and motivating people.
The life coaching programs can be customized to best suit the needs of any group, from corporations to professional organizations. Every program is designed to help you attract all you want in life.
Coaches have the ability to view things from afar – in what some call helicopter vision – and to shed new light on difficult situations. Often they can act as a sounding board through tough decisions, help sharpen skills, and motivate.
Keynote speakers spark interest and bring to light the topic or situation of discussion. The name derives its etymology from “key note”, the first note that sets the key for the rest of the song for a cappella performers. Keynote speakers usually establish the main theme of the setting, and provide context and detail necessary for the audience to be more receptive to what follows.
It does not take much to be a speaker, but it surely takes a lot to be an orator. A keynote speaker’s most prized possession would be their oratory skills. The skills to speak and captivate, to convey and convert, to be heard and listened to. A keynote speaker is chosen depending on the social setting (academic, political or casual); the closer the audience feels the speaker is associated with the topic, the more attention the overall event gets.
Tips to become a better keynote speaker:
A coach focuses on developing strengths and helping an individual make the changes they seek. A coach is a facilitator of learning. In coaching, fundamentally, the coach is helping the individual to improve their own performance: in other words, helping them to learn.
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.” – John Whitmore, in Coaching for Performance
The coach is not a subject expert, but rather is focused on helping the individual to unlock their own potential. A coach’s goal is to help people to learn to silence that inner voice that holds a person back and allow their instincts, or their subconscious, to take over. Sometimes that means distracting it, and sometimes it’s about exploring the ‘worst case scenario’ and removing the fear. Good coaches believe that the individual always has the answer to their own problems but understand that they may need help to find the answer.