Before the enterprise, there is the human!

Just as a management consultant attacks the technical side of a business, the coach goes to the soul of it – the habits, working styles and thought processes of business leaders or employees. To offer an analogy, a consultant may show his or her client how to build a road, or even help with the building of it. A coach, on the other hand, helps them to travel on this road, to properly get into interaction with other traffic participants and move forward. The coach is more concerned with the intangible “human moment” and tries to develop thinking models which are designed to go into effect under certain circumstances. Here, psychology and pedagogy play a great role in shaping the thought processes.

A good coach does not only school, but he or she recognizes behavioral and associative thinking patterns of the client and reorganizes a movement in the desired direction.

Some coaching approaches in categories:

  • Solutions Focused Coaching
  • Values Based Coaching
  • Non Directive Coaching
  • Directive Coaching
  • Content Focused Coaching
  • Goal Focused Coaching
  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Coaching

Within these approaches, and their hybrid forms, there are hundreds of coaching programs worldwide. Some programs even carry the names of the providers, or proprietors. Thus a copyrighted “brand” is marketed with high price tags, although often only a slight variation of similar concepts is presented under different proprietary names to prevent copyright issues. As a result, the distinguishing factor may not be the system, but rather the coach himself or herself with a unique delivery style and approach to the client.

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Language and Communication Training

For many companies that do international business or have staff that needs to spruce up their language skills, we also offer customized training sessions for:

  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
    • Business, Trade, Finance
    • Hospitality (Hotel)
    • Service (Restaurant)
    • Acting (film and theater), Singing
    • Politics, International Organizations
  • German
  • Turkish
  • Presentation and public speaking
  • Customer service
  • Intercultural understanding