Coaching is, for me: “Cut to the chase!”
In coaching, the things that have good prospects for success and shall be concretely implemented are always supported.
If it is about empowerment to purposeful behaviour by dialogue, coaching is the method of choice. Much is written and spoken about coaching, but to put it in a nutshell: It is a directly empowering dialogue at eye level that (re)activates and focuses the client’s potential, so that individual goals can be realised fully and on time. For thinking, speaking and acting in results and effectiveness.
Typical issues that can be introduced are:
- strengthening the own volition and reaching goals
- set a new focus to get back on track
- a stronger focus on future thinking
- less rat race and more self-determination of your time
Especially useful, if you e.g. observe that:
- fundamental commitment meets fear of failure
- professional and social skills are permanently at odds with acquired restraint
- a high willingness to cooperate with others and to recognize the feasible combines fears of rejection in the team
- the own engagement is curbed and the motivation is unclear
The structured dialogical process is subdivided into the steps: Clear issues/Recognise what is/Finding what has an effect/Doing what has an effect.
The duration of a coaching dialogue reaches from a few sessions to, at the maximum, 3 to 6 months, depending on the scope of coaching topics.