Coaching

Step into new understanding…

Coaching accelerates performance

Our Coaching Practice led by Larisa Sohorca (pictured above) enables individuals and groups to explore their potential and step into new understanding. We know that everything comes to life through language, from the personal space to the business stage.

Through our approaches, we invite clients to access the difference that makes the difference.

EQ Coaching

The EQ approach invites clients to build and strengthen self-awareness; to understand what influences their decisions as a basis for meaningful choices; and engage this new understanding into pursuing what’s important...

EQ Coaching is build on the Six Seconds model, and covers 3 pursuits:

Know Yourself
Choose Yourself
Give Yourself.

Why is this approach so relevant to the climate of today?

It focuses on two streams:

  • Data – it provides the client with their own Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Report which serves as a basis for the coaching journey
  • Journey – the exploration of the findings from the data debrief. Build on self-awareness, decision-making processes and the link of daily choices to a higher sense of purpose

Gestalt Coaching

The Gestalt approach invites clients to appreciate situations holistically; to understand present experiences as a basis for action; and engage collaboratively with one another...

The signature feature of Gestalt highlights that there is no standard template that is applicable to all coaching engagements.

Gestalt invites for a ‘relational’ approach, sensitive to the unique structure and requirements of each setting.

Why is this approach so relevant to the climate of today?

It focuses on two dominant themes:

  • Contact – the way we show up
  • Context – the physical, psychological, and organisational environments that influence the quality of relating and handling differences

Cognitive-behavioural Coaching

The Cognitive-behavioural approach is a way of thinking about human behaviour that focuses on the importance of thoughts...

Why is this approach so relevant to the climate of today?

It focuses on four streams:

  • Reframing
  • Identifying ‘thinking errors’
  • Enabling clearer and calmer thinking (Socratic questioning)

It focuses on two dominant themes:

  • Contact – the way we show up
  • Context – the physical, psychological, and organisational environments that influence the quality of relating and handling differences

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