We’ve be confined for already two long weeks and coaching sessions were held at 100% with remote connection. A recurrent topic came out, how to maintain human relation at distance, with one’s team, manager or colleague. How could the coaching concept of the « Survival Kit » could help in this situation?Read more
When clients arrive for a coaching session with a management situation seen as complicated, we often take some time, before working on options of solutions, to step back on the “business case”. Among the different techniques to do so, we may rely on the coaching concept of “intervention zones ».
If you are experiencing a complicated management situation that you seek to understand, are wondering which solution would be the best to solve it, maybe the concepts of coaching contracts will enable you to light of the problem with a different perspective.
What is it about? To be able to make the difference among mutual commitments, explicit or implicit, between you and your employee, by referring to the 7 types of contracts that we are familiar with as business coach.Read more
When you are in a situation where someone on your team needs changing their behavior or approach to a situation, you may be wondering about how to get them off to a good start, hesitating between a posture causing an awareness for a change, or a call to order…
Let’s see how the coaching concept of “reframing” could be enlightening.Read more
If you are facing multiple changes of organization, strategies or tools, maybe you have a recurrent management issue: how could you deal with the people of your team who are “resisting”? The forms of resistance expression are multiple and varied, and management techniques to address this topic are highly documented. What if being solution-oriented was not the right question?
This winter season, I enjoyed an extraordinary moment: I flew! I’m not the first one, will you say, who experienced the sensation of flying, without having to jump out of a plane with a parachute, but rather enjoying wind-induced motion in a Plexiglas tube. There was no blue sky around, but it did not matter: what an incredible sensation — I finally understood Icarus’ persistence…