integrated and included – people are part of a system with which they interact
far – open up new possibilities for action
tailor-made – optimized leadership and communication behavior
If you really want to be very good, you are constantly developing. Compare yourself with the best and still be completely different, unique.
Always optimise your self-efficacy
People are part of a system with which they interact. Within the framework of a coaching session, opportunities are created for the coachee to reflect, to develop new possibilities for action, to try them out and apply them in everyday life.
The basic principles are as follows:
- The principle of free will and voluntariness, i.e. the coachee wants coaching for him/herself because he/she sees in it a possibility, for example, to become even more effective and professional faster than he/she is or could be in certain situations at the moment.
- At the beginning there is a clear clarification of the assignment, so that there are no hidden assignments.
- The coachee comes with a concrete question.
- Confidentiality applies.
- It is the goal of the coach to help the coachee with his or her issues.
- The coachee is viewed holistically, i.e. both in his function and role, and as a human being who interacts with the systems around him.
- Pragmatic, realistic, implementable solutions and behaviour patterns are developed.
- Based on experience, coaching usually takes place, which is supplemented by knowledge transfer, training, offering tips, ideas, experience and best practice from other companies.
- The methods used are those that are appropriate for the topic and the person. Due to the extensive training and experience, one is not committed to a specific school and is not a theorist.
- One is versatile and comes from practice.
- One does not belong to a sect and does not resort to corresponding methods.
Example Coaching topics:
- Dealing with change,
- Improvement of the own impact and presence
- Optimized leadership and communication behavior
- Optimized procedure in sales and negotiation management
- Rhetoric, communication and dealing with different personality typologies
- Team behaviour and alignment of teams
- Management of conflict situations