Coaching

Our coaching process

First step: a face-to-face meeting

Our coaching process starts with a first face-to-face meeting with you. During this encounter we get to know each other, explore the goals and sense the fit.
This first meeting is free and doesn’t engage you in any sort. The average duration of a coaching session is from 60 to 90 minutes.

Next steps

Inside an organization (Business Coaching)

If you decide to start a collaboration, a one-to-one meeting with the coachee will take place to determine the alignment between his goals and the company’s, as well as our fit.

A tri-party meeting with the coachee, his manager (or you) and myself will follow to define the specifics of the coaching contract: roles, frequency, duration, and performance indicators.

Outside an organization (Personal Coaching)

If you decide to start working together, we will further specify your coaching objectives during the next meeting and establish a session frequency that’s comfortable for you.

On top of your main objectives, each session will start by defining a session objective and end with your assessment of its evolution. On most occasions, I will also encourage you to apply in your daily life what we discuss during the session.

Our coaching ethics

Coaching is a partnership that works only where there’s trust.
For that reason, confidentiality comes first and I strictly adhere to the International Coaching Federation Code of Ethics.

To respect your privacy, I receive individual clients in my office at Ipanema.

As part of my own deontology, I am also professionally supervised, participate in peer groups, and engage in continuous learning.

Some examples of interventions

Coaching for Gen Y

  • Take advantage of life changes
  • Avoid interpersonal conflicts
  • Thrive professionally
  • Prepare for a promotion

Coaching for managers

  • Engage with Gen Y team members
  • Lead a multigenerational or multicultural team
  • Break communication barriers
  • Move up by developing your potential successors

Coaching for expats

  • Integrate in a new culture
  • Discover a new professional influence
  • Discover your strategies for coping with transition
  • Resolve complex situations with confidence

Coaching for everyone else

  • Speak in public clearly and engagingly
  • Prepare a career transition
  • Resolve personal conflicts
  • Improve your self-confidence