Coaching

EQ Power offers clients coaching in the classical sense as well as coaching and training Emotional Intelligence “In One Go”. We use the synergy between Emotional Intelligence and coaching to your benefit.

What is coaching? Coaching is a training or development process via which you are supported in achieving a specific personal or professional competence, result or goal. You can use coaching for different purposes: exploring and developing your individual potential, building a personal foundation, conflict or problem resolution, just to mention a few.

Since so many of these aspects are related to the competencies of Emotional Intelligence such as self-regard, assertiveness, impulse control, and problem solving, we will consider and train these competencies during the coaching interaction.

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Coaching and training Emotional Intelligence “In One Go”

A coaching conversation enables the partners to dive into the client’s world of beliefs, expectations, values, needs and desires, and to explore his or her thoughts and emotions. Because Emotional Intelligence is a product of our thoughts and emotions, we develop Emotional Intelligence by exploring and changing these thoughts and emotions through coaching. This type of training is perfectly tailored to the client and therefore very effective.

For example, someone who has difficulty speaking up in critical situations may want to improve Assertiveness. It’s worthwhile exploring his or her beliefs about this attribute and emotions related to it, as well as self-confidence, self-esteem and even empathy. During a coaching conversation it might come up that this person associates “speaking up” with something like offending or attacking another person. By exploring the belief that “Speaking up offends or attacks other people” and replacing it with “Speaking up reveals my needs and opinions and helps others understand me better”, the individual removes barriers and builds a new communication style.

There is one big advantage in using coaching to develop Emotional Intelligence. Training Emotional Intelligence is a process. The more you invest, the better results you get. Coaching provides the relationship frame for the process to take place. For example, the more time a person spends training Assertiveness in a series of coaching sessions, the more sustainably this person changes his or her communication style.

Price and what it includes

  • Coaching is provided on an hourly basis at the rate of 160 CHF per 60 minutes. Further options: a package of 5 sessions over period of 10 months = 750 CHF, a package of 10 sessions over period of 15 months = 1400 CHF.
  • You choose the number of sessions and how long the coaching process should last.
  • You can start and end any time.

You can request a free 30-minute coaching session to try how it works for you.

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What customers say

“I was able to take a step back in the conflict situation and look at it from the perspectives of the people involved. It helped me to get my emotions under control and find a constructive solution. I became aware of what prompted this conflict and how to behave Emotionally Smart next time. Training Self-Awareness and Empathy is helping me to be in control of my behavior and take smart decisions.”

“After having coaching sessions over period of a year I notice how training of my Self-Regard helps me to cope better with situations where people push my “red buttons.” Today when somebody pushes my red button, I can manage my emotions much better and maintain a necessary distance between what some people say about me and how it makes me feel.”

“Coaching conversations made me aware of my blind spots in my communication and interaction style with other people. I have found in the past that my emotions have clouded my mind and made me behave as if I was “cutting the bench on which I was sitting”. I am working on aligning my behavior not to be destructive towards my values by training self-awareness, impulse control, and problem solving. I am not there yet, but already the awareness motivates me to continue this development process.”