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Solution-Focused Coaching and  Communication Training

How about learning an effective coaching technique?

The Solution-Focused Brief Coaching approach, developed by Eric De Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg, is a method that yields results in a short time. With its simple yet effective methods, you can support many people both in your professional and personal life. In the first part of the training, you will learn both the theory and the practical techniques of the Solution-Focused Brief Coaching approach.

In the second part of the training, you will learn to apply this approach practically in spontaneous dialogues in everyday life outside of coaching sessions. In the Solution-Focused Communication section, you will learn how to easily get your team, managers, family members, or friends who approach you with a problem-focused mindset to start talking about solutions.

Program Goals

Skills and competencies acquired by the leaders in this training:

Solution-Focused Coaching:

  • The theoretical foundation of solution-focused coaching

  • Focusing on the future, not the past

  • Talking about solutions instead of problems

  • Miracle technique

  • Positive exceptions

  • Scaling technique

  • Resources and strengths

Solution-Focused Communication:

  • Effective communication

  • Powerful questions

  • Making them part of the solution

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Strong Methodology and Innovative Techniques

Aiming to leverage the power of learning by doing the program consists largely of (65%) exercises. In the solution-focused coaching and communication training, participants have the opportunity to engage in multiple real coaching exercises. Additionally, they experience rich scenarios through role-playing techniques to apply solution-focused communication techniques. The program can be enriched or narrowed down according to the needs of the organization and participants.

Participant Profile

This training program offers powerful methods that leaders at all levels can use both in the workplace and in their personal lives.

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