Applies to One-on-One Coaching and Relationship-systems coaching is offered to groups, teams, and systems, in organizations, and in private:
What to expect? An experiential journey discovering what wants to emerge, and be evolved New understanding, experienced by all involved Surpass what does not serve you any longer Embodiment; knowing it, feeling it, owning it Implementing what you want more of in your life Practice tools and skills to get there Empowerment to your journey!
Possible outcomes: The relationship system (also the relationship system with yourself) knows how to manage tension or conflict, and quickly recover from it Less tolerance for toxic behavior, & more skill to address and change team-toxins New skills and tools to better communicate needs, expectations and contributions in relationships More clarity around your role, and other roles in relationship systems The system as a whole enjoys heightened ability to embrace differences and diversity Everyone understands and takes responsibility for self-management New knowledge and experience of Systems Intelligent skills
More possible outcomes: Develop your relationship skills at work and at home through considering the whole system: In all the relationships we are a part of, a systems perspective is crucial to be a good parter and get tasks done. There is increasing demand for up-skilling of our relationship-skills, our human skills.
In the work-space, we are dependent on effective communication and problem-solving, as our work is increasingly interdependent and multi-disciplinary. In our personal relationships, complexity of multiple roles are at play, and we must learn to navigate these roles more skillfully in order to consciously sustain our relations.
Working with relationships as a whole is an effective way to learn and grow together. In relationship systems coaching we will apply experiential processes and tools to improve the relationships by each of us becoming more System-intelligent.
FAQ: What is the difference between coaching and therapy? As a rule of thumb, coaching focuses on excellence, your values and your goals; and is present- and future-oriented. Coaching focuses on the resources in you. Therapy focuses on healing emotional trauma, and deal with disruptive situations from the past; in other words, more past and present-oriented; focused on dysfunction. Read more here.