A professional, structured and practical service for people who are serious about:
Coaching is not therapy and does not aim to assist with psychological issues. If such an issue arrises during the coaching we may pause the coaching programme and provide a referral to an appropriate professional.
Since most of us will work at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for 40-50 years, it makes sense to invest in learning how to make good career choices and develop strong leadership skills. Especially since our vocational life contributes significantly to our:
A good coach will teach you self–reliance, empowering you to successfully manage your career and fulfill your maximum potential.
While there are some excellent books available, such as “What Color is My Parachute”, many of which can help build awareness of what is and is not important to you in a job they do not answer the follow up question: “What careers include these important things, and therefore would be suitable for me?”
This is where we come in. We actively assist people to identify the career options that will be the best fit for them based on what they have learned about themselves and their career criteria. We offer practical application of theoretical self knowledge and awareness.
Your name and the nature of your coaching will be kept confidential by the Max Coaching team. All matters discussed in each coaching session and all written notes are also kept confidential.
You are welcome to request a copy of any notes taken by your coach.
The coaching relationship is conducted in line with the ethical standards of the International Coach Federation and the Professional Standards for Australian Career Development Practitioners.
In certain instances coaching is able to be claimed under Self Education Expenses. We provide a Tax Invoice and recommend you seek the advice of an Accountant on this matter. For more information go to the ATO website.