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As a teen coach, it is essential to continuously reflect on your coaching sessions


As a teen coach, it is essential to continuously reflect on your coaching sessions to improve your skills and better serve your clients. One effective way to do this is by asking yourself mastery questions after each session. Mastery questions are designed to help you reflect on your performance and identify areas for improvement. Here are three key questions to ask yourself after each teen coaching session:

  1. What worked well today with my teen client?

Reflecting on what went well during your coaching session can help you build on your strengths as a coach. Consider what strategies or techniques were effective in helping your teen client achieve their goals. You could create a strong rapport with your client or use effective questioning techniques to help them explore their thoughts and feelings. Please note these successes so you can replicate them in future coaching sessions.

  1. What could have worked better today with my teen client?

Reflecting on what did not work well during your coaching session is equally important. This can help you identify areas where you need to improve your skills or adjust your approach. Perhaps you struggled to connect with your client, or you found that specific coaching techniques are required to be more effective in helping them achieve their goals. Be honest with yourself about these challenges so that you can address them in future coaching sessions.

  1. What can I do better during the next teen coaching session?

After reflecting on what worked well and what did not during your coaching session, it is essential to identify specific actions you can take to improve your coaching skills. Consider what steps you can take to build on your strengths and address any areas of weakness. This might involve seeking feedback from other coaches or mentors, researching new coaching techniques, or practicing your skills.

By asking yourself these mastery questions after each teen coaching session, you can continuously improve your coaching skills and better support your clients. Remember, coaching is an ongoing learning process, and reflection is a vital part of that process. Each coaching session allows you to learn, grow, and become a more effective coach for your teen clients.

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