Our Core Values

The team of professional coaches at Wellbeing Coaches are committed to providing clients with the best, most supportive coaching experiences possible. To that end, we adhere to a specific set of Core Values that guides everything we do:

1. Integrity and Trust

We operate honestly and transparently, and we treat our clients with utmost respect at all times. We are always open-minded, understanding, and non-judgmental but do challenge our clients to push the boundaries of their comfort levels in order to make breakthroughs that lead to essential wellbeing transformations.

2. Dedication and Cooperation

We endeavor to work and support our clients through their journeys to achieving personal wellbeing. We believe that if we work cooperatively with our clients and they are as dedicated to the journey as we are, we can challenge them to work through obstacles that lead to greater purpose.

3. Accountability

We realize that wellbeing involves a mindset of taking care of oneself by improving the five elements of wellbeing: career, social, financial, physical, and community. We work closely with our clients and provide accountability to ensure they stay on track to reach their individual goals.

4. Quality and Professionalism

We act with the highest levels of professionalism and deliver the highest quality coaching possible. We receive the necessary training and maintain appropriate certifications to confidently coach our clients along their journeys to wellbeing.

5. Privacy and Compliance

We ensure the privacy of all client communications whether those communications occur in person, by phone, online, or through mobile technology. We maintain full compliance with all rules, regulations, and ethical considerations related to the coaching field and go above and beyond to keep all physical and virtual documents and correspondence secure.

In addition, our financial coaches all operate under the fiduciary standard, which requires that clients’ interests be put above the individual coach and the firm. This is not always the requirement with financial advisors.