Systemic Coaching

Know yourself, be yourself

 

Only when we are deeply connected with ourselves are we able to know ourselves. And knowing ourselves is the key to act and live how we truly want to - detached from the views, expectations and demands from outside. But knowing ourselves is also essential to understand others - since everything in life is reciprocally connected. As I went through this process myself and have profited a lot from it I want to pass on what I've learnt and experienced. 

 

I offer Systemic Coachings according to the St. Galler Coaching Modell (SCM)®:

  • systemic
  • value-orientated
  • context-independent
  • scientifically proven and validated
  • works and operates on individual identity level 
source and copyright: Rudolf E. Fitz, CoachTrainerAkademie Schweiz, 2014
source and copyright: Rudolf E. Fitz, CoachTrainerAkademie Schweiz, 2014

 

 

Possible topics where a systemic coaching can helps:

  • family conflicts / divorce
  • relationships problems
  • restlessness / discontentment 
  • conflicts at work
  • reorientation at work or in life generally

Discover yourself with this value- and process-orientated approach and get to the root of your pattern of behaviour or dissatisfaction and identify dependencies within your systems (family, work, etc.) – the key lies already within you; know yourself, be yourself. Only when we are deeply connected with ourselves are we able to know ourselves. And knowing ourselves is the key to act and live how we truly want to - detached from the views, expectations and demands from outside.

But knowing ourselves is also essential to understand others - since everything in life is reciprocally connected. 

I also include a lot of mindfulness into my coachings. From Buddhism we learn that between stimuli and reaction there is a space - and that space is yours.