Coaching is a process based on knowledge from psychology, the theory of organizational development, sociology, and many other areas. The approach we believe in and apply involves designed and focused conversations using a methodology from a wide range of coaching approaches and techniques.
In order to maximize the effect of this type of development intervention, we use the Harrison Assessment as the starting point of any coaching process. The report after this psychological test primarily provides the partner an insight into their own strengths and opportunities for improvement, while at the same time providing a basis for setting coaching goals.

This type of development intervention has exceptional benefits and value for people who want to achieve better personal and professional performance.

In order for coaching as an approach to have an effect on individuals, but also on organizational changes and culture, support is realized through several phases:

1. Assessment

Identifying individual potentials, strengths, and fields for improvement through assessment tools. The focus of this phase is an assessment with the purpose of learning and not an assessment of what has been learned.

2. Setting goals

In the partnership between the coach and the client, changes are defined in the behavior that will be indicators of the desired progress.

3. Coaching

The realization of coaching support takes place through a series of sessions dedicated to achieving the set goals. The cycle most commonly includes 3 to 8 sessions. The implementation period is defined with the client, while the recommended time between sessions is usually from 1 to 4 weeks.
An indicator of progress is the improved performance on the personal and professional level of the client. Re-assessment could be held after a certain period of time.

Coaching sessions are performed solely by ICF (International Coaching Federation) accredited professionals.