CEUs: 0.5 RD
This session is based on qualitative research conducted to explore new work-driven coaching methodologies in order to optimize the speed and comfort of adaptation to change and the solving of complex problems. In line with the ICF definition of coaching, “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential,” this session will provoke some thought and revisit some fundamental coaching and development basics. People have basic needs in order to survive and even thrive; two of these needs are certainty and significance. Should both of these needs be met before the introduction of important and difficult programs, methodologies or processes like lean thinking, agile coaching, scrum and so on, the success rate could be higher and implementation time could be reduced by coaching the key stakeholders before the actual commencement using the highly effective coaching methodology of Systemic Design Thinking Architecture (SDTA). This session will enlighten, encourage and prove that systems thinking is a fun, effective and life-changing way of achieving long term coaching results.