Generally all clients come to a coaching session with a topic in mind - usually something that is keeping them stuck, or something they would like more clarity around. Often it involves some action they would like to take or a belief or fear that may be holding them back.
Here are some examples of coaching topics that I have had experience coaching on. While the topic may be similar from client to client, the content and outcome of the sessions are unique to the individual.
Getting off to a great start in a new job
Freeing up time to take on a new project
Increasing effectiveness in the workplace
Dealing with overwhelm and busyness
Being an effective supervisor/team leader or manager (values, authenticism, talents, and effectiveness)
Sorting through challenges; a place to think out loud
Completing a project in less time than forecasted
Improving team meetings
Organising and getting started on a new project
Identifying and overcoming barriers to accomplishing projects
Becoming a better listener or mentor
Clarifying expectations between team members and with management
Being seen as a team player
Staying focused and relaxed while managing a large project
Improving the effectiveness of a leadership team
Improving health and well-being
Developing curriculum for a new class
Speaking more effectively in group settings
Confronting important issues in the workplace
Rediscovering passion and joy in work
Understanding and working through cultural differences
Cleaning up clutter to get organised
Getting a handle on priorities and effective use of time
Creating a powerful team
Working through self imposed restraints
Balancing work and family
Showing and expressing feelings; being more vulnerable in the workplace.
What would make a huge difference in your life if you went to work on it?