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Coaching

A very individual and personal counselling of professional individuals within the context of their professional field

Complex situations and challenges, conflict situations in leadership, and individual issues can be looked at and dealt with through coaching. Thorough reflection of relations, situations and own behaviour supports self-awareness and competences to adequately cope with specific situational challenges. Old strategies get reviewed, goals and potential options for action emerge and their feasibility examined, they are practiced and their implementation supervised.

With a process oriented, holistic approach coaching tools from different fields ( i.e. body work, creative media, spatio-temporal work, mental and/or vocal exercises a.s.o.) can be applied during the coaching process.

The one-to-one situation coaching calls for a sound quality assurance and is guided by 3 principles defined by C. Rauen (DBVC – German Coaching Association):
1. Structural Quality:
What do we need for the coaching? – about personal, material and locational prerequisites for the coaching and is spread among the coach, the coachee, their relation towards each other and the role of the coachee’s company
2. Process Quality:
How do we do it? - relates to way and activities that seem necessary in order to reach certain goals
3. Result Quality:
What is supposed to come out of it? - level of reached success, perhaps by comparing before and after

The first principle (Structural Quality) primarily depends on a sound initial clarification between coach and coachee. The other two principles need to be clarified at the beginning of the process and ongoing as the process proceeds. They are subject to a rolling contracting between coach and coachee throughout the whole process. The coachee is always directing master of the process, able to assess quality and achievement by the jointly defined goal.


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