Business coaching / Training
So that you don’t just talk about your problems, you also solve them.
Managers and senior leaders often tell us that they have no-one in their professional environment they can talk to in a trusting or constructive manner. In their view, work colleagues often take every opportunity for an ‘attack’, or else interpret this kind of conversation as a sign of weakness or perhaps an inability to manage their workload. As a result, many leaders, managers and employees reach their limits quietly, to then be sent to the burnout clinic pre-booked by their employer.
But things needn’t get to that stage. In coaching, you gain clarity over your situation, make purposeful decisions and develop a strong vision that keeps you motivated in the long term. You start to take action.
“The intellectual knows what he knows; the wise man does what he knows.”
After a coaching session, participants understand on an intellectual level what they should change, and they also know the benefit of it for them. But unfortunately, they are then often left with a long list of good intentions that are never put into practice.
This is the reason why I don’t just work with goal-oriented, short coaching sessions, but also with training elements. These are implemented when the coachee is not only looking to find a solution to a problem, but is more concerned with improving concrete skills and patterns of behaviour – such as a successful sales pitch, a goal-oriented conversation with a line manager or an impressive presentation.
A business coaching session may be useful if in your work as a salaried manager or a self-employed worker, you face the following issues, for example:
- Stress and hassle with colleagues or the boss
- Merciless pressure to perform
- Fear of failure
- Lack of a challenge in your role
- Perfectionism and excessive ambition
- Fear of losing your livelihood
- Lack of recognition
- Imminent retirement
It is a great pleasure for me to support people to reinvent themselves, strike out in a new direction and make progress.
Are you ready?
I look forward to hearing from you.