"Facing the challenge with emotional stability".


Reflecting on and actively shaping one's own work and life circumstances is becoming increasingly relevant for satisfaction and professional success. This trend has recently been exacerbated by the massive change in working conditions. That is why PAWLIK Consultants now offer comprehensive training in Systemic Business Coaching. This method has established itself when it comes to solving professional and personal challenges individually.

Our Head of Executive Coaching Katrin Sasse and Ina Ronzheimer, both DBVC certified coaches, guide interested parties through the one-year course at various locations in eight modules of two days each. The seminar teaches the central theories, techniques, and practical application of the systemic coaching approach as well as psychodynamic aspects. It aims to teach attendees goal- and solution-oriented consulting, based on scientific research.

Training starts at the end of August 2021. We are planning on conducting the courses face to face. Should this not be possible due to the pandemic, the content will be taught remotely.


We talked to Katrin Sasse about the approach:

Who are you hoping to help with this offer?

The demand comes from two different interest groups. Therefore, on the one hand, the training is aimed at freelance consultants who want to expand their portfolio to include this coaching consulting format, which is in high demand. On the other hand, we know from an increasing number of executives that they want to incorporate coaching skills into the corporate culture and have tailored the framework to them as well.

How do executives in particular benefit?

We see people as the most important success factor of an organization. However, this is not limited to the role of the top performer, but rather in the entirety of their personality and in various roles and areas of responsibility. In my view, every manager has the responsibility to lead each employee as individually fitting as possible. Emotional intelligence is very important for this. It involves knowledge of the motivational structures of each individual. Managers should approach their employees individually in the way they need to in order to fulfill their tasks for the organization in the best possible way. By doing so, managers create an open, honest, and trusting working relationship.

How do you explain the increasing interest in Systemic Business Coaching?

On the one hand, due to the pandemic and remote work, managers have to make an extra effort for very specific contact with their employees. Not only do they have to ask for results and plan further steps, but they also have to maintain relationships. This is extremely challenging because it’s not as easy to experience the employee's behavior outside of the scheduled video call. So not only does it require more invested time, but also a very stable personality to meet these unprecedented challenges with emotional stability. On the other hand, the pandemic creates additional conflict potential to which a manager should react sensitively at an early stage. Here, conflict coaching can have a very positive effect.

What is the advantage of combining the systemic approach and psychodynamic aspects, how does the "Scan" factor into it?

Through my many years of experience as a coach, I try to choose the coaching approach with my clients that I feel will help them the most.

In the coaching training, we will share the approaches and knowledge that our experience has shown to have a great impact. Through our potential analysis, the "Scan", we are able to address the unconscious motivational structures and thus make the client more aware of them. We like to use the feedback talk of the Scan assessment as a prelude to the coaching process.

You were once a manager yourself; how did you end up in coaching?

Basically, it was a coincidence. In a challenging situation - there was bullying in the team and employees were missing their milestones - I experienced myself what can be achieved through high-quality coaching. Afterwards, I completed two intensive and internationally recognized coaching trainings myself and finally focused entirely on this field.


You may find more information about the Systemic Business Coach training in this PDF (in German).


For us, “making it happen” means helping you turn your company goals into results. We transform organizations into coherent systems and develop the personal potential of employees. We use the latest scientific research results as a basis for this.


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