Coaching Issues

The­re are many rea­sons to call upon a coach. They are varied and indi­vi­du­al as they con­cern life in all its diver­si­ty. In doing so, it is important to choo­se the right moment. On the one hand, if you are stuck in a dead end you don’t want to wait too long. Howe­ver, effec­ti­ve and sus­tainab­le chan­ge can only be achie­ved with an open mind­set and deter­mi­ned attitude.

When is Coaching Useful? 

  • In the con­text of a pro­fes­sio­nal reo­ri­en­ta­ti­on, care­er chan­ge or dis­sa­tis­fac­tion on the job
  • In order to deve­lop lea­ders­hip skills as well as self-reflec­tion and rein­for­cing lea­ders­hip role
  • In con­flict situa­tions or com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on blockades
  • To cla­ri­fy an ambi­guous situa­ti­on ahead of important decisions
  • In pha­ses of acu­te stress, bur­nout or boreout
  • When per­for­mance, moti­va­ti­on, and joie de viv­re fails

Selected Issues for Coaching 

  • Enhan­cing and refi­ning lea­ders­hip competencies
  • Recon­si­de­ring und rea­ligning com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on strategies
  • Reflec­ting on con­flicts with super­vi­sors or col­leagues to deve­lop solutions
  • Pro­filing and posi­tio­ning on the job; proac­ti­ve care­er advancement
  • Rein­for­cing self-con­fi­dence; enhan­cing self-asser­ti­on and stra­te­gic thinking
  • Stress manage­ment, set­ting limits, and acting with foresight
  • Over­co­m­ing disap­point­ments and emer­ging stron­ger thereof
  • Pre­vai­ling over doubts and pro­cras­ti­na­ti­on; releasing anxie­ties and men­tal blockades
  • Defi­ning life visi­on; set­ting short and mid-term goals