Executive coaching

Steps of a coaching process

  • Discovery Phase

    • Reflection and awareness.
    • Analysis current/desired situation.
    • Identification levers of change.
  • Plan design pashe

    • Definition of objectives and goals.
    • Elaboration of action plans.
    • Implementation of actions.
  • Follow-up phase

    • Follow-up of action plans.
    • Correction of deviations.
    • Measurement of results.

Objectives that can be achieved

    • To optimize your potential
    • To succeed in a new mission or functions
    • To adapt to new trends in the environment
    • To improve your performance to achieve objectives
    • To become a better leader for your team
    • To find a balance between work and personal life
    • To solve a difficult situation
    • To better manage your time
    • To better know yourself and others
    • To facilitate your personal and professional relationships

Keys in a coaching process

    1. Generation of a climate of trust, confidentiality and empathetic listening.
    2. To be present, in the “here and now”.
    3. To be confident in the coachee’s capacity and potential.
    4. To challenge limiting beliefs with powerful questions (reflection and self-analysis).
    5. To focus on the process and the coachee’s mental structure to solve it.
    1. To facilitate change, accompanying the coachee in learning new beliefs and actions.
    2. To ask for permission and make proposals on the part of the coach, as the coachee is who makes his/her own decisions in the process.
    3. To challenge the coachee to leave his/her “comfort zone” and set out to achieve his/her goals.
    4. To agree on commitments that the coachee wants to carry out and whose follow-up the coach does.
    5. The coach does a continuous review and self-questioning about his/her work at the end of each session.