With almost 25 years of experience as a coach, trainer and psychotherapist, I have learned many methods, directions and ways of working. For me, the most effective and sustainable is systemic coaching according to the St. Gallen model.
This recognized scientifically validated method of coaching provides a structured and measurably sustainable procedure. In a clearly limited period of time, not only the system of a subject is considered, but also a value-oriented approach is followed.
Our individual values are essential, often not fully conscious, drivers in all human behaviors. Only with the inclusion of the values is a meaningful development and solution of the topic or problem area sustainably possible.
The advantages of systemic coaching according to the validated St. Gallen model at a glance:
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- Double scientifically validated according to the quality criteria: Objectivity, reliability and validity with excellent results(www.coachakademie.ch/cas-studien)
- Value-oriented – thereby
- Sustainably effective
- Clearly structured processes and
- defined period
- Well plannable
Topics in coaching can be:
- Decision-making processes
- Increase of motivation, energy level, goal orientation
- Reduction of blockades
- Career planning, clarification of values and meaning
- Time management
- Health Promotion
- Overload protection
- Crisis management, personal issues in phases of upheaval
- Hierarchy problems, rank and power dynamics
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