Fields of intervention

Coaching and Support

Coaching is an interactive process in which a coach guides and supports an individual or group to achieve specific objectives.

It aims to develop skills, improve performance and promote personal or professional growth.

Fields of intervention

Coaching and Support

Coaching is an interactive process in which a coach guides and supports an individual or group to achieve specific objectives.

It aims to develop skills, improve performance and promote personal or professional growth.

Individual coaching

Challenges encountered

In the professional world, there are many challenges that stand in the way of the full development of the managers and employees we support. Here are just a few concrete examples. So many opportunities where individual coaching can play an essential role!

1. Leadership and interpersonal communication

Individuals looking to move into leadership roles may need to strengthen their communication, decision-making and team management skills. Business expertise, while reassuring, is not everything!

Management is a profession in its own right, requiring very specific interpersonal excellence.

2. Managing professional relationships

Challenges in relationships with colleagues, line managers or team members can affect well-being at work and generate misunderstandings, frustration or even conflict.

The key is to move beyond a disagreement between two people and get back to the team’s objectives, the company’s vision, and above all to create a framework of essential respect for everyone!

3. Change management

When faced with periods of organisational change, employees find themselves having to adapt, manage the stress associated with change and develop new skills in order to succeed.

Employees often struggle to understand the vision of the new organisation, and what they stand to gain from changing their working habits, especially when these have proved their worth in the past.

4. Self-confidence and self-esteem

Whether it’s the rapid increase in production rates, the pressure to produce ever faster or the need to question one’s working methods, some employees can suffer from isolation or simply feel that they are not up to the job.

A lack of self-confidence or self-esteem can hamper their ability to take the initiative or assume responsibility.

Coaching sessions

In my individual coaching practice, I draw on a number of essential principles that help to create an environment conducive to personal and professional growth.

One of the foundations of my approach is the creation of a solid relationship of trust with the person I’m coaching. This relationship is the foundation on which the entire coaching process rests, as it fosters openness, transparency and collaboration. I welcome you into a neutral, non-judgmental space, where you can explore your thoughts and emotions in complete freedom.

The art of coaching lies in the quality of listening, in recognising and reformulating what the person expresses verbally, but also in understanding what lies behind their words. Asking thoughtful, relevant questions is an essential tool for bringing out the person’s real needs and objectives with kindness and empathy, exploring the nuances and subtleties of their thinking.

The use of metaphors and drawing is another important dimension of my approach. Metaphors can be powerful tools for expressing complex ideas or tackling delicate subjects. I use drawing and graphic facilitation to support the thought process, to clarify and link ideas together. These methods bring a creative and refreshing perspective to situations, encouraging reflection and exploration.

Coaching is about bringing out the best in people by highlighting their strengths and skills, boosting their self-confidence and stimulating their potential. This is part of a positive and constructive approach that promotes personal and professional fulfilment. This does not mean, however, that all reframing is pointless! But confrontation goes hand in hand with kindness and an unconditional welcome.

During my sessions, I encourage people to play out professional situations using the principles of forum theatre. This improvisation allows the different points of view to be explored and experienced, and emerging solutions to be tested without risk.

Together, we decipher the issues and motivations of those involved in the situation. In this way, you can step back and find creative solutions to the psychological games and conflictual relationships you are experiencing.

Adopting a different point of view on your personal and professional challenges is quite simply, like clown theatre, seeing them as a playground and playing with them with glee. It means becoming aware of the scenarios in which you often find yourself, and opening yourself up to new, free and innovative perspectives.

At the end of the session, we bring together what we’ve learnt and develop concrete actions to put what we’ve learnt into practice.

So ?

Ready to rediscover your energy, enthusiasm and joy? To rewrite your story with confidence and creativity?

Testimony of Céline

Executive in the health sector

“Jean-François helped me to gain a sense of perspective in my professional activity, to better manage my relationships with colleagues and to feel legitimate as a project leader. His role was decisive and really gave me self-confidence.
So much so that I decided to learn to play the piano, even though it had been a lifelong dream of mine, a dream that seemed truly inaccessible, and which is becoming a little more concrete every day.”

Tangible results

  • A gain in perspective in your activities
  • A significant improvement in interpersonal relations at work
  • calmer management of conflicts
  • Increased legitimacy and self-confidence

Communicating better to work together …

Communicating better to work together …

Let us change the way you manage your teams and their projects by introducing a more unique and less conventional form of communication to achieve more sustainable results that are recognised by all.