by Cristina Burca (Romania)

  • What are the Latest & Effective Coaching Models used worldwide?
  • What tools do you use to make your coaching work stand out?
  • How do you Shift perspective & Create Lasting Results for your Clients?

Grab a coffee and stay tuned as we take the Global pulse from 3 Business & Life Coaches from Canada, UK and Romania. Practices that work worldwide, Trends and Breakthroughs, in the interview below!

Q1: What are the Latest & Effective Coaching Models?

Mihaela Stroe Phd (MS), Behavioural Analyst, Coach, Trainer, Author and motivational Speaker: Group Coaching is one of the latest models that I use and it works perfectly both for my clients, and for myself. Benefits: people learn from each other valuable life experience and get new ideas that they can test immediately in their Business, profession and/or Personal life.

Kileha Holder (KH), Lifestyle Change Coach for Entrepreneurs: The most recent and effective coaching model of our time appears to Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).  The reprogramming of one’s unconscious mind to activate it to help you attain the things you want in life.  From my studies of psychology, the mind and human behaviour as well as personal experience it is very clear that our subconscious mind is the one in control and when you can learn to take control of it, anything you desire is possible.

Jo Ritchie (JR), Personal and Business Coach, Corporate Trainer: It’s no longer enough to be an experienced and intellectually capable leader. Today’s business environment requires the development of Emotional Intelligence, as well as mental acuity, and the ability to demonstrate Authenticity in the workplace – the need to support and encourage the personal growth of employees, not just their technical skills and abilities. Key figures like Daniel Goleman and Brené Brown are emphasising the need for emotional intelligence and for the expression of vulnerability in order to develop a resilient workforce who can face the rapidly changing nature of today’s business environment.

More about the activity of the interviewed Coaches, below:

Source: iCN Issue 23  (Coaching Tools, Tips & Techniques); pages 53-56

About Cristina Burca

Cristina has contributed to the iCN magazine since 2014, by interviewing coaches around the world to shed a light in this fascinating personal and professional development field. Cristina worked as journalist in Romania (2006-2008) and then moved to Brussels to work in EU affairs. After an international journey in PR, education and tourism, taking her from Germany to Malaysia and back to Europe, she is now managing the brand of a renowned business and life coach in Romania.