The role of a coach is to help the coached people pose the right questions, better formulate the problem, find the sources for answers within themselves, generate and apply solutions.



Coaching is the personal guidance of an individual or team, whereby one or various objectives are sought to be realised:

  • development of competencies
  • improvement of one’s efficiency
  • adaptation to a new situation
  • assist with decision taking or problem solving
Examples of intervention

Guidance to managers in:

  • Taking up their new position,
  • Their professional development,
  • Adapting to changes of an economical or social kind (fusion, integration, restructuring)
  • Obtaining new skills and competencies
  • Development of behavioural readiness (delegation, autonomy, teambuilding, decision taking, time management, stress handling…)
  • Applying leadership, developing assertiveness
  • Development of talents and skills of their staff
  • Motivation of their staff
  • Managing staff efficiently
  • Evaluation of their accomplishments
  • Solving organisational or relational difficulties
  • Preparing decisive interventions

Guidance to staffmembers in:

  • Career development
  • Position take-up
  • Putting into practice of skills learned during trainings
  • Project management
  • Relational difficulties

Guidance to teams in:

  • Setting up an efficient team
  • Reinforcing internal cohesion
  • Improvement of their cooperativeness
  • Adapting to internal and external evolution
  • Solving dysfunctional relationships and organisations

Our coaches have been trained in specific methodologies, guaranteeing a professional and structured approach, that respects the deontological principles of the profession.