The process of Coaching is designed to unlock a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them learn rather than telling them what to do. Coaching will assist people in identifying specific goals and then more quickly and easily reaching those goals.
Coaching focuses on your present situation and your future success, compared to therapy and counseling which focus on healing past incidents.
During coaching sessions, clients will get clear awareness about themselves, and build their own signature presence to achieve success.
Coaching will maximize clients’ potential for accomplishment.
Experiential training is based on adult learning theory and applied behavior science studies. This form of active learning is not the same as sitting and listening to lectures, and is not based on a textbook or manual.
Traditional training methods leave many trainees with challenges like these:
- I can’t retain and all the information presented at training sessions – let alone apply it.
- I can’t bring the knowledge from my workplace in for my individual learning.
- I don’t know how to incorporate and apply training ideas to my actual everyday work.
In Experiential Training, participants are engaged in an active dialogue and group interaction while learning new concepts. Participants have time to practice skills and use techniques in action. This allows for a transformational process of understanding → practicing → applying to everyday work.
A facilitator helps to have effective and productive meetings/workshops/retreats.
Having a facilitator help a group of people understand their common objectives and assists them to plan how to achieve these objectives in the discussion by getting the best contribution from every participant.