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Benefits of coaching
We adapt the coaching process to your needs
As a general rule, coaching consists of a series of “one-on-one” meetings between you and a coach from Summit. Coaching can also be combined with, for example, a Hogan assessment, observations about the organisation, 360-degree tests and anchoring talks with your manager. The result of coaching is personal and leadership development based on your specific strengths, challenges, opportunities and needs. A coaching process can, for example, be based on:
We deliver quality
Every time we start a new coaching process with a client, we adapt to their specific needs and draw on our significant experience from previous processes in major private and public organisations. The quality of Summit’s coaching is therefore built on a high level of expertise in psychology and an experience-based approach.
Summit offers managers a conversation partner who excels in being their loyal challenger. I chose a number of conversation rooms over a long period of time. They have given me some important stop-up points on a busy day. They do much more than help me refuel; rather, it is about building one’s self-leadership skills that grow stronger and stronger. Well-known phenomena such as powerlessness, pangs of conscience and doubts turn into natural ‘clothing’, and you learn how they can promote – rather than prevent – action.”