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Personal coaching / Executive coaching

An ICF-certified coach will be your sparring partner, sounding board and challenger during a coaching process. Starting from your coaching question and what you want to achieve, you take the journey to that result together.

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Team coaching

For us, this is the essence of team coaching: facilitating teams, so that by themselves they can build a higher-performance collaboration. We do this via tailored interventions that bring to the surface how team members maintain an undesired situation involuntarily and unconsciously.

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ACTP training programme for coaches & managers

ROOT - BECOME A CERTIFIED COACH - PART 1open trainings

ROOT is the first part of our ACTP programme, ‘ROOT-GROW’, which leads you to ICF certification at ACC or PCC level, without having to take a separate examination with the ICF. It is an innovative programme designed to hone your coaching skills and teach you to coach on the basis of changes in behaviour and attitude. It is continuously and flexibly adapted to the challenges that characterise our VUCA world - Volatile, Uncertain,

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ROOT - GROW - Become a certified coach - Combiopen trainings

This formula combines part 1 and part 2 of the ROOT+GROW© programme in a single, quicker and administratively lighter programme (1 registration procedure, 1 agenda, 1 mentor-coaching calendar etc.) that allows you to become a professional certified coach. It consists of 13 training days, 2 home-learning days and 2 practice days, of which the first half of the program focuses on acquiring the ICF coaching competencies on single loop, and the second half of the programme on evolving into an effect coach at the level of beliefs, values and identity. The certification procedure is optional. If you select this option, you can be sure that ROOT+GROW© is the shortest possible route to certification at the standards of the International Coach Federation (ICF). And all this without having to take a separate exam at the International Coach Federation (a unique formula in Belgium).

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GROW - BECOME A CERTIFIED COACH - PART 2open trainings

GROW© is an advanced training program for coaches who have already attended a specialized coaching training course and who have gained previous field experience as a coach. The GROW is part 2 of our ACTP program “ROOT-GROW” that leads you to ICF certification on ACC or PCC level, without having to pass a separate exam at the ICF. It is an innovative programme, continuously adapting to the challenges of this VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Chaotic & Ambiguous).

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Specialisation for advanced professional coaches and managers

BLOOMopen trainings

The Bloom© coaching programme is aimed at advanced professional coaches and managers who want to coach executives and future-proof leaders in the VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Chaotic and Ambiguous). This is a revolutionary and pioneering programme, unique on the market, that can be continuously and flexibly adapted to the challenges that characterise our changing world. BLOOM focuses on your growth as a person and as a coach. ‘Becoming who you are’ is the guiding thread: from static being to dynamically evolving - even if you already know a great deal.

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ENNEAGRAM: Level 2 Advanced Team Dynamicsopen trainings

Our Level 2 training builds on the platform established in Level 1, to explore and understand Advanced Enneagram Dynamics and the practical application of the Enneagram in team and group coaching and development.

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Leadership

Real leadershipopen trainings

In a safe, confidential atmosphere, you will be challenged and coached to optimise your people management and coaching skills. This in-depth 5-day training course offers challenging practice opportunities with extensive feedback possibilities, including 1 supervision and 2 individual coaching sessions.

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Communication

Feedback is a giftCustomized programmes

Using coaching skills and providing feedback is actually a way of ‘being’ that forms a buffer against the enormous complexity and the many, and sometimes conflicting, external influences. After all, a correct observation of a situation offers you a broader perspective and gives you the courage to consider which direction to take, and follow it through successfully. The strategic use of coaching and feedback contributes towards a positive coaching and feedback culture. Daring to give and receive compliments, knowing how to indicate that someone needs to take a different approach and how to handle this can contribute to a greater sense of wellbeing and fewer burnouts.

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Teamwork

IMPACT AS A COACH AND LEADER - Team coachingopen trainings

Teamcoaching is … creating awareness on collective patterns in doing and thinking, which form the basis of how a group stays in a current unconscious non-desired state with non-satisfactory results. In addition to creating and broadening awareness, the team coach will use team interventions to break old habits and bring the team to the next level of team maturity. The team coach is inspiring, offers challenges, calls upon the responsibility of the team members to acquire competencies and integrate new collective believes to support them in the achievement of their team goals.

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Feedback and coaching culture

The strategic use of coaching and feedback adds towards an open culture in which people feel better about themselves and are less affected by stressful situations. Leaders who give feedback and use coaching skills project more credibility. This makes them more resistant against the enormous complexity of, and often opposing, external influences.

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Stress management and preventing burn-outs

As a result of the introduction of laws aimed at preventing burnout in the workplace, employers are now required to analyse psycho-social risks and to set up a prevention plan. We can offer you guidance and support here, and work together with you to improve a general sense of wellbeing within your organisation.

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Using Tools

  • 360°Feedback questionaires
  • Value based assessment (Barrett)
  • Leadership competencies
  • Talent questionaires
  • Strength based
  • Insights team profiles
  • Insights 360°
  • Self assessment

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Blog

Leaders who coach have more success

Organisations expect a lot from their managers; they must be able to achieve excellent results and i...

What is a good coach?

Coaching is a full-fledged profession that requires specific, well-defined competencies. The 11 ICF ...

What type of coach do you need?

The demand for professional coaching and coaches is increasing. But what makes a good coach? And how...

Our customers about us

It's important to closely look at your current method of working and question it

The current business landscape is constantly changing. As a manager, you must evolve along with it. This calls for a different method of leadership. It's important to closely look at your current method of working and the need to question your own role. Actually listen to people, ask their input and allow them to formulate ideas instead of always seeking solutions based on your own expertise; this is not easy and will require time to adjust to. This calls for interaction instead of simply steering. Based on this realisation, coaching can really help. A coach can act as a sounding board for you, without being pre-judgemental; a coach inspires self-reflection and awareness. Converting this into concrete actions is the real challenge. During the 'People-Focused Management' programme, we handled all these matters. It was very inspiring!

Sonia Vermeire (Publicarto)
 

If you dare to open yourself, the training is definitely worthwhile

People tend to be sceptical when participating in a new training programme, or ask themselves how will I benefit from this? The participants were forced to take a critical look at themselves. This was done via a step-by-step approach, discussing one subject after another and through group discussions, etc. The answers were not always evident, and sometimes it was very confrontational. It was refreshing to see how open the group was, and how everyone dared to show vulnerability; this provided valuable insights, and yes, I dare to assert that everyone benefited from it. It provided insight into your own abilities and approach, being yourself, while being part of a group. In short, if you dare to open yourself, the training is definitely worthwhile.

Thierry Van Daele (Campina)
 

Enneagram: Allan Milham

After 20 years of working with the Enneagram, I am thrilled to have discovered iEQ9 as they have brilliantly cracked the code. They have developed the first online questionnaire that provides leaders with a rich resource of incredible depth that has resulted in highly accurate findings. The integration of the 27 Subtypes allows those familiar with the Enneagram to enjoy a thorough and comprehensive report to aid in their personal and professional development. With over

90 leader questionnaires completed – imagine 100% accuracy!

Allan Milham, (Business Coach, Washington DC)
 

Success stories


Bpost: investing in internal coaches pays off!

The question: increase the learning efficiency of training programmes and ensure it is applied in practice

The result?

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VDAB invests in coaching skills for all its managers

The question: How to teach leaders to spontaneously use coaching skills as a basic attitude

The result?

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Boss Paints and “NLP in business”, a story of leadership and communication.

The question: how to develop employees’ talents via open feedback.

Het result?

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Stedelijk Onderwijs Antwerpen prepares prospective directors for a leadership role

The question: How to prepare prospective directors in their role as leader

The result?

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Adult education – team coaching and leadership to manage change

The question: ensuring that teams can function more effectively and efficiently, and become better in managing change

The result?

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AXA: Creating a culture of constant improvement

The question: Facilitate the cultural change: to foster ownership, leadership, empowerment and accountability; and to continuous improvement.

The result?

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