Through the “Socratic method” we help coachees find their own answers to their questions and to define the ways to achieve their goals, or we help people find how true or not an assumed constrain can be.
This is all about how to coach ourselves and to change the limiting thoughts and/or inefficient working practises into more efficient ones. Coachees learn to focus their attention on what depends on them, what is in their control (100% their business), for learning to change the way they think in order to apply new behaviours.
During the analysis, coachees discover a sequence of questions -always the same sequence- that builds up, in a way, a “routine” of self-coaching. This routine applies in every area of life: relationships, leadership, communication, KPI, objectives, achievements, politics, career …
Self-coaching structures learning, change, autonomy and improves the sense of responsibility. Besides, our approach shows how to find change fun and attractive; this is essential for the integration of new behaviours.
Sometimes, people know what they should do, can do it, and still, are not doing what they should. There’s always a good reason for that, but generally, this good reason is not so clear and obvious. The systemic method helps coachees to set the different variables and to understand what is at stake in the middle of the situation.
To discover different facets of our personality (qualities and shadow, allergies and defaults), to hear how other stakeholders are living a specific situation, to find out what the real needs are in a difficult relationship, to put ourselves in the shoes of others or to say the right words to someone in a factice situation, … gives the opportunity to better apprehend our daily working life.
Lucidity and detachment are key when facing events in our life.
NVC role plays, NLP chairs, systemic constellations, 6 logical levels of Dilts, drawings, pictures, Voice Dialogue, … are wonderful doors to tolerance and acceptation of ourself and others. They make people understand and solve a situation which could not be solved in a rational way.
To understand who we are.