COACHING INTENDED TO HELP PEOPLE GET EVEN BETTER
Processes of coaching implemented into organizations are no longer intended to be only a solution to previously identified problems. They are not merely attempts at fixing problems, but a way in which leaders can show their employees how much they care about them.
Being assigned to a Neurolanguage Coach is neither a way of showing employees their lack of language competencies nor a sign that their career is in trouble. Neurolanguage Coaching® does not have to be a form of remedy prescribed to an organization in the case that its employees cannot speak a foreign language. Instead, it can be a way of showing employees that there is potential within them and of making them feel noticed, appreciated or recognized.
Why not make it a compliment paid to your employees and an extra benefit through which you express your readiness to help them move forward with their career? ‘We do appreciate your work and we want to help you get even better’ read more…
DESIGNING LEARNING SOLUTIONS TO MAKE LEARNING MORE ENGAGING, EFFICIENT AND ENJOYABLE
‘Mindless habitual behaviour is the enemy of innovation’
/Rosabeth Moss Kanter/
A DEFINITE ‘NO’ TO A BIG UNKNOWN
Can you reflect on how often people ask themselves a rhetorical question like: “What am I doing here?” And conclude that they cannot really find themselves in the context they face. Have you ever wondered what a negative impact it has on trainees or coachees when they don’t really know why they come to the sessions? Sometimes they attend them having followed somebody’s directive, sometimes they do it out of curiosity, another time they feel they are in need of support, sometimes they’re certain a coach is the last resort to them.
But when they come, they often unveil really deep levels of their need. And then they start to think and feel they really need somebody to help them and to simply be with them. But they also need somebody to lead them through the process of learning. Of learning the new. No matter if it is a particular skill, soft or hard, a foreign language or a new attitude, change has to start from them, namely within them, and to put it even more precisely, inside their brains. And the less uncertain and endangered the brain feels because of the unknown, the calmer it is and the more able to rewire and to change. read more…
So many people for so many years have tried many different methods, tested so many language schools, cooperated with so many seemingly different language trainers. They have devoted their time, their energy, their money to attend classes which turn out not to have made any difference to their real skills. Despite the fruitlessness of all activity they have undertaken, they still remain involved into something that resembles a vicious circle. They have theoretically studied a foreign language for years, but something they call a language barrier still stops them from communicating in a foreign language. In any case they don’t introduce any major changes to the way in which they try to acquire language skills. read more…