Skype coaching doesn’t just appeal to internet-savvy youngsters or busy working people. Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) have been using it for several years, GPs are offering Skype services to their patients, universities are doing the same for staff and students, broadband internet and Skype have been a mini revolution in communication.
Coaching via Skype may be ideal for you because it is easy to access, simple to schedule an gives lots of flexibility.
Why choose to meet via Skype?
- It is often more convenient to ‘meet’ your coach in the comfort of your home or office
- It saves time and money because there is no travel or associated costs
- You can choose you coach, rather than being limited to one that practices near where you live
- Email backup between sessions should you feel the need
- Greater choice; when you remove the limitation of travel many more possibilities become available.
What is Skype?
Skype is for doing things together, whenever you’re apart. Skype’s text, voice and video make it simple to share experiences with the people that matter to you, wherever they are. Millions of people download and use Skype everyday for voice and video calling, instant messaging, sharing and low-cost local and international calls.
It is free to start using Skype – to speak, see and instant message other people on Skype for example. You can even try out group video, with the latest version of Skype. If you pay a little, you can do more things, in more ways, with more people – like call phones, access WiFi or send texts.
With Skype, you can share a story, celebrate a birthday, learn a language, hold a meeting, work with colleagues – just about anything you need to do together every day. You can use Skype on whatever works best for you – on your phone or computer, tablet device or even a TV with Skype on it. It is free to start using Skype – to speak, see and instant message other people on Skype. You can even try out group video, with the latest version of Skype.
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