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  1. Introduction to coaching
  2. Responding to new business needs and their origins
    1. Assigning goals
    2. Supporting managers
    3. Supporting teams
    4. Accompanying people individually
    5. Solving problems
  3. The effectiveness of coaching as an example
    1. The foundations of the effectiveness of coaching
  4. Training managers to coach
    1. Coaching management
    2. Team coaching
    3. Coaching performance
  5. Summary table

Coaching aims to develop skills, improve efficiency, adapting to a new situation, decision making and solving problems. The coaching procedure covers those skills which do not depend exclusively on technical skills. Coaching particularly garners to "know-how" and "skills" related management, organization, communication, trade etc. Coaching is the development of an individual and not reproducing a model. By shedding new light on real situations, it generates significant changes in behavior and effectiveness. It facilitates adaptation to changes such as, the intense economic and social environment. It involves a joint reduction of stress by improving the ease in function, and providing an antidote to the loneliness of decision makers and managers.

[...] A better understanding of these mechanisms allows for different responses from those around us and to resolve some difficulties in relationships, even if they have existed for some time. During a coaching intervention, we will not conduct a search of psychoanalytic work causes of our attitudes, but only to highlight the link between them and the reactions of others to make them evolve in the direction desired. The contribution of knowledge, methods and tools adapted to the needs The seminars provide training based on the individual needs. [...]

[...] A solid knowledge of human functioning, relational and managerial, to be able to perceive and explain the situations studied. Rigorous implementation of ethics is required to ensure confidentiality and commitment to serve the interests of his client. FOR WHOM Coaching is appropriate for all organizations; private, public and voluntary bodies, as well as self-employed. It is more specifically for: People or individuals exercising a management role, directly or indirectly (Officers and officials, senior, intermediate and near, commercial actors). Teams wishing to improve cohesion and internal operations. [...]

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