Sometimes clients need to add to their tool kit – they need to learn a better way to handle difficult communications, or they need to learn how to improve the sound or tone of their voice, or even learn some techniques to manage emotions.  This approach to coaching covers more ‘surface’ level content, and deals with specific skills and knowledge (such as how teams develop, or the 19 competencies of emotional intelligence) the client has been told are missing from their ‘belt’.  Think of it like an iceberg – transactional coaching supports clients to acquire skills, knowledge and attitudes that will assist them to be better leaders, partners, parents, communicators, better team players.  Broadly speaking it incorporates development in one’s capabilities, or behaviour, or even how to cope well with elements in one’s environment (difficult people, flexible work arrangements, and the like).

Beth has been training people in communication and other ‘soft skills’ for over 15 years and offers a range of skills to help people build their skills and capabilities to master their surroundings.

Contact Beth for further information on Transactional Coaching.


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