Individual or team coaching

As an individual contributor, a manager, a senior leader of an organization or as the HR director, strategic systemic coaching provides tangible and effective solutions in the context of:

  • Leadership
  • Performance improvement
  • Personal and team motivation
  • Self-confidence
  • Procrastination
  • Managing emotions: anxiety, panic attacks, depressed state
  • Stress, exhaustion, and burnout
  • Direct or hidden conflicts
  • Harassment or facing difficult personalities

The systemic and strategic coaching takes into account the emotional, cognitive and behavioral aspects of the person and those who are part of the same eco-system. It brings a solution-focused approach enabling deep and lasting transformation.


Increasing performance

« If you don’t try to do something beyond what you already master, you will never progress. » Ralph Waldo Emerson

If you’d like to improve your performance in a complex environment that demands more from multiple stakeholders; if you feel the need to find your own ‘signature’ as a leader or face a specific problem that the none of the solutions previously attempted resolved, then the strategic systemic coaching can bring a precious help with very practical and concrete results.


When Working is Morally Painful

« He who suffers morally and mentally does not suffer from real reality but from his conception of reality. » Paul Watzlawick

Whatever your position or role in your organization, you feel the pressure of the job and the demands are too high; it seems the values ​​of the company do not aligned with yours anymore; that your environment is toxic; that your career no longer suits you; or you suspect a reorganization that jeopardizes your position … burn-out is near….

Whatever your case, you feel the current situation is inextricable. You would like to be cold headed, and find an amenable solution but no longer know how to do it.

Strategic systemic coaching provides tangible and effective solutions to suffering at work while respecting the client’s personal and family context by developing a tailor-made action plan.


Developing objectives, action planning and implementation

« Madness is to do the same thing over and over again hoping for different results. » Albert Einstein

During the first interview, your coach gathers precise and detailed information about the issue at stake to clarify the coaching request. Then strives to understand in very concrete and tangible terms, how complex the situation in which the coachee finds herself is; ensures mutual understanding and starts to develop the first objectives.

Once the need for change is agreed upon, the coach, in collaboration with his client, focuses on the objectives and their evaluation criteria. As the sessions progress, based on current examples, the coach helps to bring out dysfunctional interactions which may prove to be limiting and aggravating factors in the search for solutions. The coach uses a range of communication tools, from reframing to metaphors to explanation or tailored exercises, to lead the coachee into modifying the perception of his/her reality. As a result, the coachee is empowered to implement change.


Activation between sessions, consolidation and empowerment

« Human beings have the incredible ability to solve the problems they have created for themselves. » Giorgio Nardone

For best results, the coaching tools and strategies presented in session with the coach will need to be activated between sessions for practice in vivo. Anchoring the newly explored skills and know-how into the coachee’s environment is critical to engage in effective transformation. The coach helps decipher and entangle situations according to a mapping of the interactions; then readjusts the strategies to apply according to the feedback received.

In this, systemic strategic and coaching is very dynamic and adaptive.

Based on the changes that took place, the coach and the coachee will determine, the new practices that can be strengthened and consolidated and how to make them last.

If you think your problem relates to a personal issue, family or relationship context, then the systemic and strategic approach to problem resolution may offer efficient alternatives.