These courses have welcomed participants from as far Canada, Singapore, Italy, Berlin, Geneva, Madrid, Brussels, Canada, Finland, and Holland, and obviously from Romania. In a truly international setting bridging Eastern and Western Europe, participation to the Bucharest systemic "Coaching Fundamentals" program and "METACOACH" systemic coaching workshops and supervision marathons has always been very dynamic.
Note that the Bucharest and Iasi locations are geographically close to Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia and a host of other Balkan or East European countries such as Moldavia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Turkey.
Systemic coaching rests on a totally inclusive frame of reference or reality principle. To illustrate, systemic coaches perceive themselves as participating observers who are totally involved within their client contexts, within their client issues, within their client objectives and ambitions, within their client behavioral patterns, within their client processes and results. Intimately participating in both client issues and client solutions, systemic coaches are never external nor neutral to client quests.
In short, client concerns and coach personal and professional issues are perceived as totally entwined, or as active parts of one same whole that includes their shared environment.
From within this common or shared context, systemic coach processes and tools consist in intimately partnering with the client in order to explore new options and sustainably grow together, as would one inseparable unit. From this systemic coaching frame of reference emerges a particular posture and an original way of embracing all the tools and skills specific to the coaching profession. This systemic approach powerfully multiplies both coach and client transformational capacities.
Participants: Managers, change agents and Coaches Trained in Systemic coaching (Fundamentals of Systemic Coaching or equivalent) PCC and MCC coaches (preparing for ICF coach Certification). Please note that supervision is exclusively focused on practical work implemented by participants and does not include the delivery of theoretical models.
Validation: The program is ACSTH-validated by the ICF and counts for 21 hours of training.
Location: Paris, France
Dates: November 25-26-27, 2013