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Systemic coaching methodology gives you a broader and fresh look at situations that can cause us difficulty, conflict, frustration, etc.
Through the art of maieutics (Socratic method based questions) and clarified locate and define the starting point is that we want to achieve both personal and work. It enables you, to identify your own talent and areas for improvement in order to mobilize resources and achieve success.
A systemic coaching sessions are aimed at personal and professional excellence, to make the most of each and generate better relationships in order to have a perception of personal harmony.
In my coaching sessions I accompany you through a solution-oriented development process. The following steps are characteristic and give you a first impression of what I normally do:
First contact: We'll get to know each other. We talk about your topic and what you want to clarify or change. We decide whether a coaching is meaningful and appropriate for you and we plan the upcoming sessions.
Transparency: We clarify and agree on the basis for your coaching. What is your current situation? What do you want to change? What do you want to achieve? What has prevented you from doing it so far? What else do you need to achieve your goal?
Deep Dive: We work out your actual concern precisely. What topic might be behind your concern? We look at the topic in more detail and shed light on it from all sides. We uncover internal conflicts, explore the environment of your concern and sort and structure individual aspects. We may re-formulate a sustainable goal for the desired change.
Change: You decide how to change your behavior, abilities and beliefs. We model and practice suitable actions. We try out new strategies, check their effectiveness, fit and discuss risks and side effects for you and your environment.
Establish: We establish your new behaviors, abilities, beliefs and check their risks and side effects. We conclude the coaching process together and anchor what you have learned for future application.
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