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Resilience coaching for individuals, organizations and societies

Resilience coaching with individuals

Resilience coaching is a form of coaching that helps individuals develop their mental, physical and emotional strength to better cope with difficult situations, for example after severe restrictions during a pandemic or major transformations. It also helps individuals adapt better to challenging situations, recover better from setbacks, and deepen their understanding of how to strengthen their health or well-being.

This type of coaching focuses on helping individuals identify and overcome obstacles that prevent them from achieving their goals, develop a positive attitude, and take control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours to achieve to lead a fulfilling life.

In different circumstances, we can help individuals develop a range of skills such as higher self-confidence, emotional regulation, stress management, problem-solving, effective communication and ultimately harmonious well-being.

Hand in hand with our customers, we identify their strengths and resources, set high but realistic and achievable goals and create a plan to achieve them. During this holistic process, we also support the individual to stay focused, motivated and on the right path.


Resilience coaching with organizations

Resilience coaching can help organizations maintain productivity and performance by helping employees better manage stress and adversity in a changing and complex environment. This can lead to higher job satisfaction, reduced absenteeism and improved overall organizational performance.

In our holistic coaching process, we help employees or groups (organizations) at all levels to develop a positive attitude and gain control over their thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and ultimately achieve better results personally and for the organization.

How certain factors can strengthen resilience when facing severe circumstances
(personal experience)

Markus P. Erb spent his first 18 months in five different private or professional homes before he was brought to Switzerland to live with his uncle and aunt and seven siblings. He grew up as the only black child in a white rural environment in German-speaking Switzerland in the early 1960s and 1970s, and did not personally know any non-white people. Over time, reinforced by his master's thesis on resilience at INSEAD, he realized that his successful life path is closely linked to protecting and promoting key factors, processes and systems that strengthen his resilience. The main supporting elements were positive influences from his foster family, a close circle of friends and successful experiences in sport, education and business. The focus was also on his faith in God and a clear meaning and purpose in life.

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