Coaching Skills



Discover what your strength is as a coach and how you can use it to encourage others to make a positive change.

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Coaching Skills Training

Learn to coach and help others grow

You want to help people grow. You want to develop coaching skills to help others change or increase their effectiveness. You want to encourage people to give a positive twist to their work or life.

In this training you learn different coaching techniques and skills. That starts with making real contact with the other in order to get to the core of a question. You learn to ask the right questions and to follow the structure of a good coaching conversation, without this feeling forced. You learn how to deal with difficult situations such as rising emotions or difficult decisions. You discover what your strength is as a coach and how you can use it to encourage others to make a positive change.

What can you do after this Coaching Skills training?

  • You can apply coaching techniques and skills effectively
  • You are aware of your authentic approach and strength as a coach
  • You know how to detect pain points with the other person and translate them into action
  • You ask questions that help the other person to find answers
  • You empathize, challenge, inspire and motivate change

What can you expect from this training?

This Coaching Skills training has a personal character so that you can introduce situations from your own life to the group as an example. In this way the training is focused on your specific questions and wishes. In addition, you fill in a number of intake questions about your needs in advance, so that the trainer can prepare for this.

During this Coaching Skills training you do many active exercises with various assignments, both individually, 1 on 1 and in a group. We believe that Pleasure Works and that is why the methods are not only effective but also surprising, interactive and always with a positive approach.

Who are you?

You reflect on yourself, your wishes and your challenges. Why do you want to become a coach? What is your strength? What do you find difficult in communication and what are your own points of attention in conversations?


You learn coaching techniques that you can apply in different situations. You get concrete tools and tips to get someone moving or to help them understand.


You practice practical cases together with a professional training actor. You bring in individual issues and you learn from each other. During the challenges learning period you conduct real coaching conversations with coachees. To learn by practise; practice makes perfect.

Meet your trainer


You trainer

<strong>About Rob</strong>
Rob is an energetic trainer who gets large groups naturally. His enthusiasm is contagious. After more than 25 years of management experience in Retail / Wholesale, he has seen what can happen to employers and employees at all levels in large organizations. The distance between the individual and the mission of the company is getting bigger and the interaction more impersonal. After a sabbatical, he enriched his career by following 3 courses, namely: Professional Trainer, Outdoor / Walking Coaching and Psychosocial Counselor.

<strong>What do you like most about your work?</strong>
I notice that I experience the energy field that arises during the training sessions between the participants and me as incredibly enjoyable. If sufficient energy is created, there naturally comes movement in the ability to adapt. The result is… stepping out of the comfort zone, resulting in renewed thinking and acting. That in combination with a good dose of humor and the training is complete.

<strong>What could be the title of your autobiography?</strong>
The late bloomer.

<strong>What is your greatest talent as a trainer?</strong>
Under all circumstances, making a connection with humor is my greatest talent. I always take children as an example, they smile on average 7 times more than adults, easily make friends and can record a lot of information.

Can you tell something surprising about yourself?
I used to want to become a forest ranger ... and then preferably in the Alps. Nature gives so much inspiration and peace.

More information about this training?

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Your learning track

The classroom training is combined with challenges. We call this a learning track. Challenges are short-term assignments that you receive after the training and that help you practice new behavior in practice.
6 weeks, 1 challenge every week.

This is how others review this training

Valuable tips that can be applied immediately in practice. You get yourself to think and start immediately to practice. Lots of room for your own input and questions from practice.