W hile we do learn though experience and relating, most of our learning happens by taking the time to reflect on those experiences. This reflection can be carried out on your own or with a coach.
I use a systemic approach. This means that the work we do together serves the interests of the whole system (or systems) to which you belong: at work, at home and in other aspects of your life. Throughout my personal and professional career I have come across different approaches and practices that I find useful and I have integrated them into my coaching. All coaching journeys are designed according to the needs and desired results of my clients. My purpose is to allow you–the client–to integrate all of your learnings, new behaviours and mindset, so that you become independent as soon as possible. Although we do learn through experience and relating, I believe most of our learning happens by taking the time to reflect on those experiences. This reflection can be carried out on your own or with a coach.
This model shows the flow between coaching and experience. The darker blue side to the left represents my coaching model, where we define, discover and design your actions. On the right is where you “try on” these actions. You evolve as you alternate between coaching and experiencing, expanding your capacity for growth.