According to the definition of the International Coaching Federation, the largest international association, coaching is a partnership between the coach and its customers (coachee) that, through a creative process, thought-provoking, inspires them to develop to the maximum their personal and professional potential.

Thanks to a rigorous and yet flexible method, which develops through conversations, coaching encourages people to identify what they want and gives support, without acting in their place or show them what to do.

That’s not a relationship of care, nor something to confuse with counselling or healing programs.

The coaching model I adopt, is based on the approach of Leadership coaching, which identifies leadership as “personal success” at the same time “putting others in a position to succeed.” The leadership coach helps customers succeed as an individual, as a team leader and as a business leader.

My proposal relies on skills and experiences gained during two decades of work with organizations and individuals, together with tools coming from studies and investigations on welfare organization, styles of leadership, emotional intelligence, creativity, lateral thinking, change management, recognition of individual resources, ability to design and plan. This wealth of knowledge and expertise is made available to the customer to help him/her take responsibility for the creation of own objectives, projects planning, identification of results, exploration of resources, definition of a personal way of acting, reviewing and learning from what has been – or not been – done.

Each proposed route puts the client (coachee) at the center.