Systemic Business Coach (Online)

As a Systemic Business Coach you will develop a holistic view of complex social situations. You learn to actively perceive interactions and interdependencies and to deal with them constructively.

Dr. Jörg Krauter

As a Systemic Business Coach you will learn techniques and approaches to analyse a social system and the people within it and to develop pragmatic solutions. The systemic coaching approach is complex and allows for the consideration of a wide range of interactions. As a Systemic Business Coach, you will become a sought-after contact person for challenging issues in the coaching field.

Your benefits:

  • After successfully completing the training you will receive a certificate as a systemic business coach.
  • The correspondence course Leadership Coach consists of six months of training and includes 80 hours of coaching practice. You will receive personal mentoring and telephone coaching.
  • You can start your distance learning to become a Leadership Coach anytime and anywhere.
  • You learn with the online platform SYNLIFE. It offers you permanent support, impulses and learning success control. You will receive extensive seminar materials, accompanying literature, an e-mail tutorial as well as personal feedback and assessment of your final thesis.
  • You will enter into an exchange of experience and best practice with other systemic business coaches in the SYNK Alumni Network.

Systemic coaching in the context of face-to-face relationships and intrapersonal aspects

Systemic coaching in the context of teams and groups

Systemic coaching in the context of organizations

Case analysis of a coaching situation (Case 1)

Creation of a written coaching documentation

Study of literature

Case analysis of a coaching situation (Case 2)

Preparation of final thesis

Your investment in the training: 1.950,00 Euro sales tax free

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SYNK-Partner Udo Krauß stellt drei Unternehmen vor, die den Aufbruch in die Agilität gewagt haben. So unterschiedlich diese Organisationen auch sind, eint sie doch ein Gedanke: Sie wollen maximale Kundenorientierung erreichen.