Coaching is often a process that lasts longer and therefore requires more time. In the case of acute or directly imminent challenges, however, time pressure exists.
This is a situation in which there is frequently an urgent need for coaching, but conversely there is no time for classic coaching.
The solwic-team has developed a specific ad hoc approach that quickly and effectively helps managers facing this sort of challenges.
Examples of our offering:
- The young manager learned how to get respect and recognition from the "old hands".
- The experienced manager at an upper management level learned how to resolve a latent but significant conflict with his own manager successfully.
- The project leader learned how to campaign successfully to get the resources necessary to make the project a success.
- The managing director learned how to communicate bad news efficiently and clearly.
- The manager learned how to resolve conflicts between two quarreling groups of staff in a pro-active way.
- The human resources manager learns how to conduct exit interviews in both a clear and appreciative way.
- The human resources manager learned how to react appropriately to the "difficult" works council.
- The only female manager in the management team learned how to develop a profile of her own that is accepted by the other managers.
- The top manager learned how to communicate in an appreciative way.