As a departure point, coaching assumes you are responsible for your own development. We enjoy facilitating this personal development, whilst uncovering what it is that you really want and from there moving on to reveal the future. The coach will support and supervise the manager in his development. He will facilitate and create the appropriate conditions, help trace patterns and obstacles, assisting with clearing the way and looking toward what can actually be achieved.
You will become more effective and enjoy your work more, will learn to communicate better and work on your personal development. Now who could find fault with that?
Marije Verbeek, Consultant People in Change at KPN Consulting:
“Martijn is a highly committed trainer and coach. There’s definitely a twinkle in his eye when he’s confronted with extremely complex issues: what a great challenge! He uses a lot of humour when helping people to gain an insight into themselves. He also doesn't shy away from confrontation. His approach is to address 'what helps other people best'. And what I find really exceptional is that he never misses a thing: his antennae are highly tuned to picking up the messages between the lines.”
We always start with a preliminary discussion, where we determine your objectives and what problems need to be overcome. If required, this is followed by a number of additional talks. A long coaching route may be necessary to get things flowing, however sometimes all it takes is just a little kick-start to get things off the ground again.
As Albert Einstein succinctly put it:
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
Do you wish to develop further, exit the well trodden path and seek out new possibilities?
Then book an appointment today.