When we have clarity, empathy and contact with our own power, we can act life-enriching in relationships at work and in private, thus appreciating the challenges we face ourselves and our team.
Maybe you have a trusted position and have a great desire to contribute to well-being both financially and humanely. You interact with other people and have a goal that you work towards. It can be through your work, your leisure interest or association work, eg business manager, football coach, scout or writer.
When there is good connection and communication flows easily, we can focus on the tasks we are here to solve. When the team works well, humor and innovation play together and everyone experiences coherence, goodwill and feel free to contribute.
Maybe there is something you would like to optimize. Do you experience:
- Cooperation problems?
- Lack of clarity about the situation and your own role in it?
- Are you a leader with challenging group dynamics?
- Do you have a boss who doesn’t listen?
- Having trouble getting through to your family?
- Do you have a difficult conversation ahead of you that you want to prepare to handle in the best possible way?
The NVC coaching process
With needs focused coaching, you prioritize creating space to look at the things you would like to achieve and get support specifically for you.
We train communication skills based on empathy:
- Internal dialogue and dialogue with others
- Collaborative leadership skills
- Collaboration in general and in cross-cultural teams
Components of the NVC coaching process include:
An experienced person you can bounce ideas around with who is there to support you
Through dialogue we find out what is holding you back
I ask questions where you can find your own inner guidance
Investigate, revise and clarify priorities
Help see the situation from a different perspective so that you find new solutions
Coaching on how to use NVC to get the best results
Change is possible
From challenges to flow and realization so you can navigate more securely in your life.
A few effective adjustments to how we look at things and how we communicate at home or in the workplace can often make a world of difference.
Questions? Write to Kirsten here.