Experimenting to evolve
Our interventions rest on two main pillars: support and coaching. Both are based on the strategic systemic approach (theoretically, you’ve already got that bit! ☺) but they also rely on assimilation through experience. Whether through support or through coaching, the tasks or exercises given between two sessions aim to help the coachee to go through what is known as a corrective emotional experience. Through these exercises, by coming out of their vicious circle, the relational consequences that result from the change in behaviour are experienced at emotional level. For the coachee or manager undergoing this corrective emotional experience, the result is the acknowledgement of their own responsibility and ensuing empowerment in their relational interactions. He or she can then take on their role as an actor who is responsible for his or her behaviour and its relational consequences in a given situation.