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Coaching
 

The term coach derives from the word coachman. Coaching is a copulative work regarding the professional world of the client. Considering certain circumstances it can also take the personal aspects into consideration. The target subjects for that kind of mentoring are persons with management duties (executives, self-employed). The most common way of coaching is the individual coaching for (top) managers. Hereby, the coach is classified as feedback adviser and provides a service combining individual and supportive problem solving and face-to-face advice. The coach does not take off any work from the client’s shoulders but directs them to the level of process flows and enables them to view things from a different perspective. That requires a desired, voluntary, and stable relationship between coach and client.




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The clarification and the coping with the client’s professional needs, which can also cover personal concerns, are in the focus of our consultation. While performing an analysis of the company’s processes there are no ready-made propositions for solutions, the client develops their own approaches. The coach respectively the consultant accelerates the systematic processing of the existing status and tries to find out what has caused the problems in the past – this procedure can hardly be done by the clients themselves mostly due to the lack of time.
Therefore, coaching is not only the handling of problems indicators but also realizing and correcting the processes that are causing the problems. Once the problems have been identified, the coaching will help sustainably and in a target-oriented way. Ideally, the client gains knowledge how to solve their problems by themselves and furthermore, how to set one’s goals and how to achieve effective results.

Coaching can help if business problems threaten to malign the company and can hardly or not at all be solved by the company itself. The coach is a discreet adviser and will not follow any third party’s interests. He is, however, not a therapist but gives reasonable feedback and does not spare ugly details which are barely given by colleagues, employees, and friends. “Blind spots” (e.g. in association with co-workers), managerial problems, and business myopia can be diminished. By the new accomplished awareness the clients acquire fresh perspectives, new goals, and innovative approaches and ways of working.