All of this and plenty more can be achieved with coaching
My personal understanding of coaching and my stance as a coach is strongly characterised by the systemic approach of Bernd Schmid, Doug Silsbee, Rod Napier and Otto Scharmer.
For me, coaching is a target-oriented process in which appreciative facilitation is provided for a limited time, and where the focus is on
Reasons for coaching (examples)
I see my role and task in
Method selection coaching, going beyond the questioning technique
For further thought and contemplation
an excerpt from “The Big Five for Life ” by John Strelecki
“...have you ever been in a museum? Have you ever strolled through the halls and taken a look at old photos? Photos of people at work or in a military uniform; possibly some family phots or humorous snapshots with friends?...
What if every day of our life were categorised? Our feelings, the people we have dealings with, the things we spend our
time on? And if, at the end of our lives, a museum were to be erected in which we could see exactly how we spent our lives?...
If we spent 80% of our time with a job that we didn’t like, then 80% of the museum would be filled with just this. Visitors would see photos and quotations as well as short video sequences that show scenes of different unhappy moments. If we had been friendly to 90% of the people we had dealings with, these very scenes would have been shown in the museum...
Imagine what it would be like strolling through this museum at the end of our life. Seeing the videos, listening to the audio documents and taking a look at the pictures ....how would we feel while doing this?...All visitors would get to know us the way we really are ... the memory of us would not be based on what we actually dreamt of, but rather on how we actually lived...”