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What is Peak Performance Coaching?

Peak Performance Coaching is a specialized form of coaching designed to unlock and maximize an individual’s or a team’s full potential. This coaching approach centers on setting and achieving ambitious goals, enhancing skills, fostering a positive mindset, managing stress effectively, and cultivating the motivation needed for sustained high-level performance. It is a dynamic process that combines feedback, reflection, and targeted strategies to propel individuals or teams toward optimal results. Within the corporation where I operate, my coaching efforts includes areas such as mindset, communication, conflict management, performance management, self-esteem, organizational skills, job skills, goal-setting, focus, creativity, time management, stress management, resilience, career transitions, and change management.

What is Integral Coaching® ?

Integral Coaching is a type of coaching that focuses on a holistic approach to personal development and growth. Integral Coaching was developed by Canadian coach and author, James Flaherty, in the 1990s.

The approach is based on integral theory, which posits that human experience can be understood through four perspectives or “quadrants”: individual (interior), individual (exterior), collective (interior), and collective (exterior). Integral coaching seeks to address issues or challenges from all four quadrants, helping clients to develop a deeper understanding of their situation and to make meaningful changes in their lives.

Integral coaching is also known for its emphasis on the coach-client relationship and the importance of co-creating a safe, supportive, and transformative space for personal growth. The coaching process involves working one-on-one with a coach over a period of time, typically several months, to identify and address specific goals and challenges. The coach uses a variety of techniques and practices to help the client develop self-awareness, gain new perspectives, and take action towards their goals.

How is Integral Coaching® different from other coaching styles?

There are a couple of differences. First, while most coaching styles use a specific framework or model, the Integral Approach uses the largest framework we are currently aware of. Because of its structure, the Integral Approach can connect all other coaching models and methods (behavioral, psychological, relational, cultural, system dynamics, etc.). Thus, I can use any approach that is beneficial to a client. I am not constrained by the confines of a limited model. Second – Integral Coaching® honors and considers you as a whole. This means that every aspect of you is invited to come forward and show how it impacts your life. Your wholeness is continually included and developed in the process. Third – Integral Coaching® requires that I, as your coach, embody an integral way of living. This type of coaching is powerful because you can see what is happening and also understand and feel it.

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Do I need a coach?

Someone might recommend a coach to you, but you need to be open to that idea before you begin; only you will know if you need help. If you are experiencing any of the following and are having a hard time understanding how these issues are affecting you, you may want to seek coaching.

Personal loss – Difficulties at work – Problems at home – Problems with self-esteem/self-doubt – Anger that does not seem to go away

Can you give me some example of coaching topics you worked on?

  • To strengthen your ability to consciously, consistently and effectively communicate with and enable the contribution of your stakeholders.
  • To more proactively take actions that enhance the contributions I make in my job and contribute to my career development.
  • To be more fully and simply be ‘you’ in your day to day work.
  • To further your effectiveness in leading your team in a way that provides a powerful balance between care and decisiveness.
  • To build my self-confidence at work and in personal relationships to achieve my goal
  • To build a better control of my emotions with my students and my relatives.

Can you coach anybody?

Theoretically, anyone can be coached. Personally, I choose to be a little more specific. As a coach, I work hard to understand who you are, design programs and practices for you, and support you as fully as possible as you move toward your goals. I require a similar kind of commitment from my clients. I can help you find the door, but you have to walk through it. If it becomes apparent over time that a person is not ready to truly engage in their own change process, then I would discuss and plan to end our work together.

I heard that we do have homework, what does that mean?

The exercises (homework) I give you are intended to do two things. First, to show you the patterns you are in, how they prevent you from moving forward, and how pervasive these patterns are throughout your entirety. And second, to give you the new insights and skills you need to move from where you currently are to where you want to be. Every client needs different practices or techniques for their unique situation. This may mean doing something specific before we meet again. It may mean practicing every day for a while. It may mean taking time to think about something and takes notes. It could also mean going somewhere or meeting someone to learn something that is useful. Each practice is tailored specifically to you, depending on where you are and what you are working towards.

What happens if I don’t do my homework?

If you don’t do your homework, you won’t enjoy the benefits of this particular practice. We’ll find out why you didn’t do it, what it means in terms of your life, and how it affects your progress. The practices will be continually adjusted to pick you up where you’re. I often suggest that you contact me if you’re having difficulty with a practice, and we’ll look at what’s going on.

Did you get any certification?

I am Associate Integral Coach certified by ICC (Integral Coach Canada). Its the only coach training school recognized by the Integral Institute, the Integral Life and Ken Wilber as authoritative in the application of embodied Integral development. This coaching training program combines the world’s most comprehensive map of human development, the structure and discipline of a martial arts lineage, the inclusion and transcendence of a student’s knowledge and intuitive capacities, and a proven track record for delivering lasting change – all within a space of deep care and uncompromising standards.

Can you coach over the internet?

Call session could be held via any APP such as ZOOM, TEAMS… but of course face-to-face session can also be scheduled

In what languages do you coach?

I coach in English and in French

If you have questions or if you want more information please don’t hesitate to contact me