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Coaching In Transition ©

"How is this change going to affect me?"
"Now that change has happened… what happens?"
"What is the best thing to do?"

Change is a constant in our lives. But not all changes are the same.
Sometimes change impacts our personal and professional life in a significant way. It is not always the relevance or magnitude that count. There are many variables that prompt the question: “What happens now?”.
The first thing to understand is: what type of change are we talking about?
Change is an event, it is a situation: it is something that has happened!
So, the question "What happens now?" should be changed to “And now, what can I make happen?", "How do I have to change for a new beginning to be possible?"
Thanks to the transition management approach (transition is defined as the phase that begins when the event/change takes place) that I learned from William Bridges model, I help my coaches to answer these questions and to define the right perspective and strategy to immerse yourself in the present to start to redesign and achieve the future.
By integrating the three phases of the transition management process, according to the William Bridges model, you will start a unique path that becomes an opportunity for awareness, and a powerful accelerator towards new beginnings.
A standard path of Coaching in Transition involves 8-10 hours with a number of sessions varying depending on the duration of each individualsession.
The total length of the path varies between 16 and 18 weeks.

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