Mental coaching process
Coaching is a process that can be divided into different individual phases.
Contact / get to know each other
Initial phone call:
Checking mutual expectations
Clarify framework conditions
Challenges / coaching goal
Target setting / actual-target analysis
Clarification of the current situation
Status quo, where are you today?
Goals and intermediate steps (milestones) are agreed upon as binding
Identify possible obstacles
How do you measure your success?
Possible other goals
Concrete elaboration is the basis for effective change
The “actual” coaching,1:1 on site or via video call
Use of expertise and targeted methods
Consciously approach and implement the previously worked out goals and changes
Identify and overcome possible blockages
Define clear measures
Define exercises and tasks for everyday life
Changes become tangibly visible
In the practical implementation of the session content into everyday life, unforeseen and unpredictable hurdles often arise.
In this phase, the client receives additional support and motivation from the coach.
Ensure sustainable success
Were the joint interventions satisfactory and effective?
Have the defined measures brought the desired success?
What else might be necessary to achieve the goal?
Follow-up / securing transfer
In the first 3 months after completion of the coaching, a review takes place to see whether the integration of the changes into everyday life has been sustainably successful or if further support is needed.
Together for success!
Coaching is solution-oriented and at eye level.
The coach gives suggestions and optimizes the process quality, a coach is not a consultant and not a problem solver. Rather, his or her task is to support the coachee in solving the upcoming problem situations independently and further personal development.
The establishment of a culture of trust between coach and coachee, which is characterized by openness, direct feedback, and voluntariness, is crucial for success.