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Overview of The Coaching Direct Program

Self-Awareness, Realisation and actualisation 

Understanding individual responsibilities and the ability to process the realisation/actualisation and its pertinence in the young adults world.

Conflict and behaviour management 

Young people can experience internal conflict due to perceived insurmountable difficulties. This permeates into every aspect of their lives that they struggle to manage. Coaching direct will assist young adults in their understanding and aim to empower constructive self-management.

Perceptional Awareness to achieve self-efficacy 

We are all beholden to our perception that shapes the world we live in. Helping young people to understand the connectivity of Perceptional awareness help move towards Self efficacy(Albert Bandura social cognitive theory)  which is the strength in one’s belief driving the  ability to complete tasks and achieve goals.

Autonomic Behavioural and Cognitive functioning 

How we think affects our feelings and behaviour…change the thought and you change your world!  

What is Mindfulness?

There are a number of definitions for mindfulness. Please note our description and examples to help you understand its nature.

First of all, mindfulness involves paying attention “on purpose”. Mindfulness involves a conscious direction of our awareness. We sometimes talk about “mindfulness” and “awareness” as if they were interchangeable terms, but that’s not a good habit to get into. A person maybe aware they are irritable, but that wouldn’t mean that they were being mindful of their irritability. In order to be mindful they have to be purposefully aware of themselves not just vaguely and habitually aware.

Mindfulness is an emotionally non-reactive state. We don’t judge that this experience is good and that one is bad. Or if we do make those judgment’s we simply notice them and let go of them. We don’t get upset because we’re experiencing something we don’t want to be experiencing or because we’re not experiencing what we would rather be experiencing. We simply accept whatever arises. We observe it mindfully. We notice it arising, passing through us, and ceasing to exist.

Whether it’s a pleasant experience or a painful experience we treat it the same way.

Cognitively, mindfulness is aware that certain experiences are pleasant and some are unpleasant, but on an emotional level we simply don’t react. We call this “equanimity” — stillness and balance of mind.

The simplest way to practice mindfulness is to sit in a straight- backed chair, close your eyes, and focus on the sensations that your breath makes as it flows into and out of your body. As your mind begins to chase after different thoughts, bring your awareness back to the sensations of the breath.

We at coaching Direct will teach you this essential tool for self mastery to help you with the stress and pressure of everyday life weather your at school college University or working Mindfulness is a valuable and necessary skill to have to enhance all aspects of your life. The great thing is its so easy to apply and you can practice it anywhere anytime.

Personal resilience

It is essential to have build and maintain personal resilience to successfully maintain high performance and wellbeing.  It’s fundamental to understand what influences personal resilience and how to build it.

At Coaching Direct we will explore with your employee as to what provides this understanding and empowers individuals to take control of their own health and wellbeing. We will personalise employee support, helping you hit the business’ wellbeing goals.

Resilience is a precious quality that can be developed and its development can take a variety of forms: enabling employees to create a resilient culture helping managers to create an environment that stimulates and nurtures resilience in their teams or empowering employees to take responsibility for their own resilience. Drawing upon the latest thinking and research in the field, teams and individuals.

Children and young adults can develop this skill that will support them throughout their life. With you we will develop a resilience program that will ensure that your empowered to work towards reaching your true potential.