Would You Make a Good Coach ?

 6 Key Qualities Required of Being a Great Coach

Coachingly understands that, for many people, venturing into coaching can be an overwhelming experience. Many choices must be made, including the type of coaching and the coach to go with. We wanted to make the process easier and more convenient for everyone. That is why our platform intends to become the avenue where coaches and clients can find each other.

All coaches on Coachingly can facilitate a session online or by phone or video call, lasting from 90 to 120 minutes. A coach will tailor their session based on a client’s needs, helping them understand and interpret events and develop changes in their thought processes.

 An effective coach communicates well and exudes credibility, competence, respect and authority. You should be able to explain ideas clearly. Clear communication means setting defined goals, giving direct feedback and reinforcing the key messages. Acknowledging success is also essential for good communication.


 You will have accomplished what the people you are helping want to accomplish.

 You have paid your dues and you have real-life experiences.

 Your insights saves others from making the same mistakes.


 A good coach is very patient, but also persistent and determined.

 You are able to see a big picture.

 Having a good sense of humor goes a long way.


 You are willing to share all of your experiences with your clients – the good and the bad.

 You won’t hold back and are willing to be radically transparent.


 Perhaps you have already asked for advice from others already.

 Maybe you already teach in this industry, give lectures, speak on podcasts etc.

 Maybe it’s your previous career.


 Teaching is a skill that people get better at over time.

  Good Mentors and coaches love to help other people and enjoy the act of teaching.


 You care about what your clients are doing and are willing to hold them accountable.

 You enjoy sharing in their success and feeling like you were part of it.