The conditions for a fruitful and progressive approach lie on four stimuli:
What does it mean to be coached?
The person coached must be consciously ready to invest throughout the coaching process. This self-investment is based on serious commitment and requires constant work and the implementation of concrete actions.
The role of the coach is to accompany and support the coachee through conversations and reflection tools aimed at clarifying the desired results and choosing the necessary actions so that the change is thus initiated and that it rests on a solid foundation.
The coach’s role is also to recommend in-depth work and to facilitate this avenue with the coachee.
Finally, the coach ensures that the person takes a step back from the path travelled, recognizes the learnings retained and appropriates the mechanisms of change used in order to develop autonomy and confidence in the face of future needs.