In Coaching Essentials you learn to look from different perspectives and cultures at the interactions you have as an educator and the impact that your “way of being” (behavior) has on other people. You learn to deal with the field of tension in which you are the educator/manager on the one hand and the coach on the other.
Coaching skills are becoming increasingly important, both as an educator and in our daily life. Self-managing students flatter classrooms, and the pace at which the environment around us is developing, all play a role here. Today’s educator can improve the learning and performance capacity of students by not giving leadership based on assignments and instructions, but by converting the talents and wishes of the students into ambitions.
The result: a more pleasant working atmosphere, better performance and less work pressure for both the educator and student.
And that is the essence of Coaching Essentials: dynamic interaction based on equality, creating a win-win for everyone.