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  • Group Coaching gives participants the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding about  themselves, their team and their environment by creating a space where everyone can  share their experience and experiment with new approaches to everyday situations.  Together we pinpoint our goals, try to implement them into our lives and build habits that bring us closer to a healthy lifestyle. Coaching is a unique method of self development as it gives participants the chance to independently choose the topics of the meetings according to their needs. Often times if the participants are colleagues and work together on a daily basis, they define together their  goal together, such as improving the effectiveness of meetings, increasing the engagement of the team or introducing change in their organization. Coaching is also a tool for professional development, which guides the participant through their process of planning the future in accordance with their own system of values and beliefs.

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    The coaching method aids the process of sharing one’s knowledge and experience and can also have a positive impact on self-confidence, development of interpersonal skills, increasing efficiency at work, management skills, time management, or team effectivity. Coaching is based on a partnership agreement between coaches and participants which respects their right to confidentiality, voluntary participation, mutual trust and openness.

    One coaching cycle usually consists of 6-8 meetings, 2.5 hr each (once a week). Fewer but longer meetings are also possible – depending on the needs of a given group.

    During a series which lasts about two months, participants together with coaches design their own “homework”, which is meant to help implement the new changes in everyday life, assess previously held beliefs and develop a greater self-awareness. Each meeting is lead by  two coaches. The collaboration of two experienced coaches, based on our experience, yields the best and most long-lasting results.

    The Nonviolent Communication Method (NVC), developed by Marshall B. Rosenberg, can serve as an aid for teachers, educators, tutors or parents who seek effective ways to resolve conflicts and meet each others’ needs. For educators, coaching based on NVC can provide support in dealing with difficult emotions and also serve as a prevention method. This way of communication is best suited for those who are ready to expand their skills set of working with children and introduce change in their way of listening, taking action and thinking. Through setting individual goals participants are encouraged to take into account the long-term development of the child and steer away from the traditional punishment and rewards system.

    • shaping the attitudes of openness for change, empathy and communication with children, free of violence;
    • deepening of self-consciousness in terms of available methods of work with children, resulting in an increase in responsibility for your actions, reinforcing child’s inner motivation, reducing the risk of using violence against children (physical, psychological, economical);
    • disseminate information about unconditional upbringing and nonviolent communication;
    • supporting communication between tutors and children;
    • supporting participants in defining and realizing their own developmental objectives;