"If you don't know the port you're sailing into, no wind is a favorable one for you." Lucius Annaeus Seneca (1-65 B.C.), roman philosopher
Coaching is not a protected term and anyone can call themselves a "coach". I understand coaching, according to my education at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, as a form of consulting related to the process of action and
performance of individuals, teams and organizations.
The goal is to significantly improve the control of decisions and success of actions.
Topics include personal behavioral change, dealing with crises and conflicts, effective communication and role design, professional and organizational change, strategic positioning and
development, economic success, values and sense-making. Whether leadership development, career counseling or personal development, we work together to unleash your potential and
ressources, develop your necessary and appropriate skills and explore possible options to become an even better leader and employee. Coaching offers support and helps in decision
A characteristic of my pragmatic understanding of coaching is the transdisciplinarity of theories, approaches and schools against the background of a consulting theory of intervention and
action. The basis is the (systemic) attitude of resource orientation, appreciation and solution orientation and the confident handling of different approaches and fields of action.
Despite all theories, it is still just one thing: two people who walk a part of their ways together. The first step is up to you - it's very simple.