The LifeRamp approach – a 360° experience
Our integrated coaching and mentoring platform inspires professionals to maximize their potential through ICF-certified leadership & well-being coaching practices, guiding them to more meaningful lives and successful careers with measurable outcomes.
By supporting our partners as they seek to develop and nurture their workforce we are transforming the lives of young, diverse, and global professionals with thousands impacted to date.
Today’s employment landscape
Every employee that leaves a company costs $50,000 or more in acquisition, training and lost opportunity.7*
Signature programs tailored to your talent
We work with employers, foundations, and universities to design coach-led leadership and well-being programs to unlock the full potential of your team and your talent
How our coaching works
We understand that coaching is not one-size-fits-all, and our coaches work with the methods and tools that are best suited to each individual.
Some of the methods we use
Here are some of the coaching methods and models that we use at LifeRamp.
GROW stands for: Goal – Current Reality – Options – Will
The model was originally developed in the 1980s by business coaches Graham Alexander, Alan Fine, and Sir John Whitmore.
A good way of thinking about the GROW Model is to think about how you’d plan a journey. First, you decide where you are going (the goal), and establish where you currently are (your current reality). You then explore various routes (the options) to your destination. In the final step, establishing the will, you ensure that you’re committed to making the journey, and are prepared for the obstacles that you could meet on the way.
What is Ikigai? It’s a reason for being, something that makes you get out of bed in the morning. It comes from Japanese, where Iki refers to “life” and Gai to “the realization of what one expects and hopes for”. It is no coincidence that in Okinawan culture, one of the cultures in which people live the longest, everyone knows their Ikigai.
On a more pragmatic level, the concept of Ikigai can help you find your vocation. What makes most people get out of bed every morning is their job. While some people do it because they have to, others do it because they love what they’re doing. The second group of people can be a source of inspiration for all of us. I believe that everyone is able to find or create a job they love and that gives them a reason for living.
The Clifton Strengths Finder assessment was created under the leadership of educational psychologist Donald Clifton. He wanted to identify the skills of the best of the best of the best and to capitalize on them. This exercise is useful for identifying someone’s strengths and how to nurture them.
This exercise can help someone who feels stuck and can’t see the way out. Sometimes all we need is to take a simple action to move forward and get ourselves unstuck! This proven method can help unlock an effective path forward which aids in accelerating the attainment of a goal.