Systemic Coaching

Coaching is a reliable process to help clients get massive traction on their most important work
Peter Bregman
Leadeship
Project Launch
Virtual Teams Management
Leadership in Times of Change
"My team has grown, how can I manage it better? How do I build relationships with the Board of Directors / top managers / the parent company? I am not heard in internal meetings, how do I prove myself? How do I manage change in the organization?"

I often get these questions from leaders who have recently moved into a new role or want to move up a career ladder in the organization.
How to launch a personal or corporate project
"I've wanted to do this for a long time, but I can't seem to get started. It's scary to start from scratch. This project is very important to me, I can't afford to mess up."

With such requests come leaders who have long wanted to start a personal or corporate project, but for some reason it stalls.
How to manage a remote or hybrid team
"My team works remotely, how do I keep the team spirit? How do I know that everyone is working efficiently, that employees are not burned out, that we are still a team?"

These are the questions remote and hybrid team leaders come up with when they want to improve team performance and maintain emotional well-being.
Coaching Q&A
Question:
Who needs coaching?
answer:
Bill Gates once said that everyone needs a coach. Most often I work with:

  • Leaders and Managers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • HR and Learning experts
QUESTION:
What kind of goals can I bring into coaching?
ANSWER:
I am best at helping with challenges:
  • how to build an effective remote or hybrid team
  • rebuilding a team or personal strategy during periods of organizational transformation
  • transitioning into a new leadership role or adapting to a new role
  • launching a personal or corporate project that has been stalled for a long time
QUESTION:
How does it work?
ANSWER:
We meet online once a week or once every two weeks. After each meeting, you will have a list of action steps that bring you closer to your big goal.
  • In the first meeting, we define and formulate your big goal and the criteria for achieving it.
  • In the following meetings, we look at what worked and what didn't, and what else needs to be done to get the desired result.
  • At the final meeting, we evaluate the result. It is important to have not only the subjective feelings of the client and the coach but also objective criteria for evaluating the result.

QUESTION:
How long does coaching take?
ANSWER:
Solving one specific task or one of the stages of a complex task can take 4-6 sessions. It takes 6-9 months to develop skills and implement complex tasks.
Coaching is unlocking people's potential to maximize their own performance.
John Whitmore, Coaching for Performance: GROWing Human Potential and Purpose: The Principles and Practice of Coaching and Leadership
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