What to expect & possible outcomes from relationship-systems coaching
What to expect & possible outcomes from relationship-systems coaching?
In our relationships, a systems perspective is necessary to be a good parter. There is increasing demand for up-skilling our relationships and our professional skills alike, our human skills if you will. In the workspace, we are dependent on effective communication and problem-solving, and 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 sustain our relations.
Hence, we need to know more about how we contribute in relationship systems, what effect they have on us, what effect we have on each person in any relationship, and also the impact on the system as a whole. We also must learn to negotiate how to have our needs met by others, and understand and honor what others need from us. Only then can we navigate through disruption effectively. Achieving this takes practice, willingness and curiosity. The rewards are many, yielding a sense of fulfillment and `thriveability´ – with the relationship as a golden arch at work or life in general.
To work with relationships as a whole is an effective way to learn more and grow together. We will apply experiential processes and tools to learn together and improve necessary conversations.
What is the difference between coaching and therapy?
A rule of thumb is that coaching focuses on excellence and reaching your goals, and is present and future-oriented. Coaching focuses on the resources in you. Therapy is focused on healing emotional trauma and deal with disruptive situations, and is more past and present-oriented; focused on dysfunction. Read more here
What to expect?
First we asses your situation at hand in a conversation
Based on what the situation demands, we choose the appropriate method and tools for the session
The coachee (the one or those being coached) learn though experiencing these, transformation emerges, and changes can start to happen.
The coachees decide on the next step forward and appropriate implementation
Know how to manage tension or conflict, and quickly recover
Tools and to better communicate needs, expectations and contributions in partnerships
Enhanced clarity of the roles between members in relationships
Heightened ability to embrace differences
Increased Systems Intelligent skills