A good coach enables the coachee to discover his own qualities, values and goals, to think of the next steps and to take them. Guiding this process requires a lot from the coach and therefore from coach education.
You will learn the various methodologies, perspectives and conversation techniques in this introduction to coaching. But of course, you as a person are the foundation.
You are the most essential factor in your coaching, conscious and unconscious.
You need to know what you are doing during your coaching conversations. Therefore, during this introduction training you will take note of an overview of the most important theoretical thinking: from the major psychological streams to a multitude of modern coaching methodologies based on these. You will explore what suits you and integrate it into your working method.
The integrative approach will allow you as a coach to employ what really suits you as a coach and the coachee. You are not just 'doing' a methodology. You are working from the power of your individuality. This is important because ultimately the relationship between coach and coachee, and thus alignment, connection and rapport, is the most important key to success.
Various topics can serve for your coaching or training:
- Coaching in broader context
- Coaching Maturity Selftest
- Why coaching?
- When yes/no?
- Benefits of coaching?
- Your own coaching style?
- Basic requirements
- GROW Model
- SORAC Model
- 6 Step Model
- Questioning techniques
- Logical Levels (Diltz).
- Offline, Online or a combination of both (Blended)
- Personal coaching
- Inspirational sessions
- (Blended) Training Program
The insights, methodologies and exercises above can be offered to you in the following forms: