Exclusive offer for WTDCC Members

What is the offer?

JCMC will offer WTDCC Members an exclusive offer on a personal coaching package for up to 6 sessions. Included within the offer:

  • A free, no obligation first meeting to discuss your personal coaching needs;

  • A 6 x 1 hour session, fully personalised coaching program;

  • A free persolog DISC Behavioural Profile;

  • A 50% discount off the usual price – just $350 for all of the above

What is personal coaching?

The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

Coaching is not mentoring, coaching or training

Mentors provide advice, solutions and tell what they think the client should do. Counsellors focus on past issues and end in the present. A trainer tells, demonstrates and is directive in their actions. Coaching does not provide advice or spend a lot of time looking at the past. It also does not rely on a one-way passage of communication from the coach to the client (Robertson, 2012).

What coaching is….

Coaching starts in the present, using listening and powerful questions to understand the client situation, where they want to go and how they want to get there. Coaching focuses on unlocking the employees’ inner wisdom so that they can solve their own problems with confidence (Robertson, 2012).


What is a DISC Profile?

DISC is a personal assessment tool used by many coaches and trainers throughout the world. Based on the work of William Moulton Marston, since the 1950s millions of people have completed DISC assessments to gain a better understanding of the behavioural preferences across the four identified types: Dominant (D), Influencing (I), Steady (S) and Cautious (C). The DISC Profile can be referenced in coaching to increase self-awareness and emotional intelligence within individuals and may also be used with teams as a component of team building, improving communication and feedback.

Why would I want personal coaching?

Coaching can help you to overcome challenges and reach your full potential in life, work or even cricket. WTDCC members may seek personal coaching for a range of reasons, some examples include:

  • Developing a stronger mental approach to your game;

  • Improving communication and relationships with teammates and coaches;

  • Developing better routines and preparation for games and training;

  • Managing conflicting priorities and expectations, developing new time management strategies;

  • Finding balance in life between work, life and play.


Personal coaching is offered to players, coaches, volunteers and members who may be seeking to improve any aspect of their life.


Who is your personal coach?

Scott Jones (Director: JCMC Consutling) is a former player, coach and President at West Torrens District Cricket Club who has worked in the sport and education industries for over 18 years and has a passion for helping people to reach their full potential. With a background in sports management and leadership development, Scott has an easy and approachable style which assists his clients to feel at ease while exploring options to enhance their performance and personal relationships. Scott has gained experience coaching students at UniSA and athletes at the semi-professional level and is currently working towards the ICF's Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential, which requires 100 hours of coaching.

What clients can expect

Scott can work with clients privately, one-on-one to explore ways to overcome barriers and develop actions for success. After an initial conversation to determine the client needs, Scott will provide a coaching agreement and plan before commencing the relationship, giving the client the opportunity to review this at any stage. Coaching conversations will usually be 30-60 minutes with a standard coaching program of 6 sessions over 2-3 months suggested, but also open to negotiation.

Scott also welcomes enquiries for group coaching sessions to assist teams to develop strategies to work together more effectively. This approach can be particularly useful for sport clubs and leadership groups.


Client expectations

Coaching is a mutual relationship that requires commitment from the coach and the client. Scott will happy to work with clients that agree to:

  • Punctuality – respecting each other’s time

  • Open communication – honesty and clarity between coach and client

  • Set boundaries – understanding and respecting privacy for each other

  • Commit to the process – complete tasks and follow up actions between coaching session

  • Understand the purpose of coaching – Scott will happily refer clients to qualified and appropriate professionals should the need arise.