We would like to stress that this level of agreement, beyond what might appear to be excessive formalism, is most useful to remind the coach and the client that the context of a coaching relationship is based on a deep respect for the customer coaching space. This space belongs to the client and, to respect his autonomy, the coach does not set foot in him without asking for prior authorization. This process is similar to the basic respect of knocking on a door and waiting for an invitation before entering a private room. Cover these areas, and you never need a payment from a customer who didn`t know it was due, to hunt or explain to a client in need that, no, „relational coaching“ contains no scary hidden camera system to guide your students through data. We hope to have demonstrated that the contractual process, in a very different form, is so central to the coaching profession that it cannot be limited to the initial formal agreement that simply describes the framework of coaching, indicates the general objectives of clients, a price and a series of telephone or personal meetings. Therefore, the meeting agreement should have some degree of consistency or consistency with the original coaching contract and easily fit into its main objectives. Meeting agreements are generally adapted to the implementation of the initial coaching contract in its operational dimension. Therefore, meeting agreements should be more concrete and address more immediate or short-term concerns. When the initial coaching contract covers the entire coaching relationship, meeting agreements focus primarily on everything that needs to take place during meetings and occasionally from one session to the next. To better describe the central role of contracts and agreements in coaching and the strength of their operational focus, we need to revisit the different „contracting levels“ that are generally implemented as part of a coaching process.
3.13. „Meeting allowance“ refers to the number of coaching sessions you receive for benefits paid. Take, for example, the use of contracting in the daily activity of coaching.