Everyone is unique, so each individual has their own specialised coaching requirements. During coaching, I consider the personality of the professional client, their working situation, the structure of the organization in the work and the interaction between these elements.
People have different learning styles and competencies, insight in them will enhance skills and knowledge. The development of self-awareness and the drawing out of hidden talents improves effectiveness in the workplace and job satisfaction.
Coaching can be targeted at the following specific areas according to the individual needs of the client:
This method of coaching focuses on work and career transitions, as well as specific career issues and problems that can arise. The objective is to assist you in eliminating work problems, thereby helping you to achieve your career goals.
This coaching method encourages individuals to make conscious decisions relating to their professional life as a means of promoting personal development. It activates autonomous decision-making that results in improved functioning in the workplace. Work issues that this coaching can address include:
- Stress and tensions
- Physical complaints (with the co-operation of the medical doctor)
- Turbulent work situations, such as management changes or company mergers
- Imbalance between work and private life
- Lack of motivation
- Conflicts at work
- Private problems that inhibit professional functioning
In the workplace, managers with effective coaching skills produce significantly better results. They can encourage people do better work, for longer, and they contribute to their organisation in a variety of ways. Management coaching helps you to explore and extend your coaching skills. It allows you to experiment with new behaviours that can enhance your management results.