In the business context coaching means developing oneself and others, recognising potential and supervising business processes.
There is no longer any disputing the fact that coaching as a management skill makes an important contribution to successful management and therefore to a company’s success. The primary aim of coaching is to increase the motivation and performance capability of employees.
Management places special demands on the coach’s person. Coaches must develop communication styles suitable for making targeted discussions possible. They must be able to act and react appropriately.
One’s own personality plays a major role in all of this. Only people who reflect on and can control their own behaviour are capable of helping others expand their own abilities, change their behaviour in a solution-oriented fashion, make decisions, fix problems and find new paths.
In relation to multicultural situations this means having the ability to expand one’s own behavioural repertoire, particularly in regard to cultural value systems, through sharpened self-perception and the perception of others.
This basic seminar gives you an overview of coaching in professional daily life and the opportunity to try out the initial basic techniques. Specific aspects of the training can be intensified and deepened in accordance with the customer’s needs.
The willingness to further develop one’s self and to accept others on an equal footing is an important prerequisite for participation in this training.