For those who are considering moving abroad, embarking on an international adventure or who are already living overseas and wish to find their new path. The transition of professional and personal life is at the heart of expat coaching.
For travelers and expats who are planning to return home after several years abroad, or those who have already taken the plunge and wish to make this transition in complete peace of mind. Because it is often more difficult to come home than to leave.
A career switch in the offing, a need for professional reinvention, a quest for meaning? This coaching is ideal to meet the challenges and implement tangible solutions to live a fulfilling work transition.
how does it work?
To begin with, you benefit from a free 30-minute discovery session, in order to evaluate the suitability and determine the next steps together. This session is without commitment, and allows you to make a conscious choice.
Each coaching session is different, and adapted to the client and his situation. But you can already expect me to ask you challenging and thought-provoking questions. During the coaching process, we will work with a number of tools and resources, and depending on the situation and your state of mind, I may suggest inter-session exercises. In all cases, I make sure to adapt the coaching process to you, to your personality, to your availability.
So, are you ready to take action?
Book your free call
I propose a first call via Zoom or phone to get to know each other and validate your need for coaching.
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What does the coach do by the way?
The coach asks probing questions to bring out your unique abilities, helps you create a vision and plan for the future, and accompanies you through the implementation of career changes and life transitions.
The coach holds you accountable for what you say you will do, pushes you to do more than you would do on your own, and helps you overcome limiting beliefs that prevent you from reaching your goal.
What's the difference between therapy & coaching ?
First of all, in therapy, we talk about the patient, while in coaching we talk about the client.
The therapist focuses on the link between the past and the present in an attempt to answer the question why.
The coach focuses on the link between the present and the near future of the client and tries to answer the how question. To do this, the coach will co-construct an action plan with the client and put in place strategies that will allow the client to reach his or her clearly defined goal.
Is the certification important?
Yes, it is! Make sure your coach is certified. Today, many people who call themselves coaches have no formal training. A professional coaching certification in France takes an average of 8-10 months, requires a written dissertation, and follows a technical and practical training to adopt a neutral and caring coaching posture.
Many have added the word "coach" to their title in the hopes of jumping on the bandwagon, without respecting or even knowing the ethical code of our profession. Make sure that your potential coach has completed a state-recognized coaching course and is accredited by the ICF, EMCC or SFAPEC.
What are the payment methods ?
I currently accept payments by bank transfer in Euros or in local currency via Paypal.