Coaching

Coaching

Activate the talent in yourself

Coaching is personal mentoring in an equal one-to-one relationship. Our experienced coaches support and guide your learning process. The goal of coaching is to increase the mental vitality and in so doing the personal effectiveness of the coachee. 

Team coaching

One of the most important features of a strong team is a ‘team brand’ that is jointly supported, experienced and felt. A team brand is an essential source of inspiration and motivation, which cannot be handed to a team by the organisation or by its superiors. In other words: a team brand gives direction to the team’s core values and provides information on how goals are achieved in a joint fashion. 

Questions that are dealt with during team coaching include: 

  • What is our right to exist? What do we want to achieve? What are our joint convictions, team core values and goals? 
  • How do we give specific substance to this? Which principles, collaborative arrangements and (individual) qualities support this?
  • What will we do to safeguard our principles, so that they are respected and so that goals are achieved?

Personal coaching

Our coaching is aimed at the acquirement of a deeper level of awareness of talents, strength in personal style, knowing and understanding personal motives and recognising aspects that are underdeveloped along with possible pitfalls. You therefore learn to utilise all of this to the best extent possible when making choices, and in so doing, oversee possible consequences.

To be the best, you need to be trained and mentored by the best!

Blair Keen, Optimisation Team Lead at Adobe

MBTI coaching

How well do you know yourself? How well do others know what moves you? The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a tried and tested instrument to give more clarity on your personal preferences. The result is an indication of your personality type. This results in an interesting journey and updated insight into the daily actions and performance.

What can the MBTI instrument be used for?

  • Personal development.
  • Team building and -development.
  • Organisational change.
  • Conflict management.

E / I: Extraversion or Introversion: What gives you energy and what requires energy from you? Are you focused on the outside world or rather on your own inner reflection?

S / N: Sensing or iNtuition: How do you observe the world? Are you interested in the facts, in the here and now, or are you predominantly interested in the abstract world and in the possibilities?

T / F: Thinking or Feeling: Do you make decisions based on logic and objective reasoning, or based on personal emotions, values and ideals?

J / P: Judging or Perceiving: Do you prefer to live a structured and organised life, or would you rather be spontaneous and flexible?