There is a time when it becomes necessary to leave worn clothes
that have taken the shape of our body, and forget our ways
that take us always to the same places.
It's the time of the crossing; and, if we do not dare to make it,
we will remain forever at the fringe of ourselves.
Fernando Teixeira de Andrade
Sometimes I think whether I have already lived two lives. I say this because in my first life I started an international career which led me to live in 12 countries, where I worked as an Engineer, specialised in the Process Improvement arena. Later on, I decided to qualify as a coach, specialising in Executive Coaching and Team Coaching. I hold the PCC credential by the ICF and the EIA at Senior Practitioner level by the EMCC. I am also a coaches’ supervisor, helping them in their continuous improvement process as professionals they are, and I am a big defensor of the highest ethical standards.
Coaching is a partnership between client and coach, that helps the client to attain his/her own objectives, without neither judgements nor advises from the coach’s side. The process moves forward based on strategies and measures that are in fact defined by the client him/herself in a reflective, creative, challenging and effective process.
Coaching Supervision is a continuous developmental tool that helps the professional to reflect about his/her own competencies, aproaches, models, ethics and standards, and how to enhance and sustain them, in order to become the best possible coach for the clients.
Continuous Improvement and Training is an investment that will grant you a return, which can take the shape of knowledge, wisdom, acquisition of new experiences, or simply increased self-awareness, in order to become the best version of oneself, as a leader and as a human being.