Expat Coaching

cropped-AUSlogowpBG1556ck.jpgExpat Executive Coach focus specifically on the unique set of challenges created from crossing cultures following an international relocation. Expat coaching focus on:

  • adapting to a new culture
  • attaining professional goals amidst a changing political and social structure
  • identity issues in the new environment
  • other social and personal hurdles unique to each individual
  • feelings of being treated differently

Our coach helps you to gain fulfillment, success and a sense of identity in the areas that you want to be coached on. Order your coaching here.

Executive coaching The coach stimulates the client’s self-discovery by posing powerful questions. The coach has a strong understanding of individual differences. The coach is able to adapt his style or strategies to specific motivational needs and cultural differences. The coach facilitates professional and personal development to the point of individual growth, improved performance and contentment. Professional goals can include career transition, interpersonal and professional communication, performance management, organizational effectiveness, managing career and personal changes, developing executive presence, enhancing strategic thinking, dealing effectively with conflict, and building an effective team within an organization.

ICRlogoConflict coaching premise is that conflict provides an opportunity to improve relationships, to create mutually satisfactory solutions and attain other positive outcomes when differences arise between and among people.

Personal coaching is designed and defined in a relationship agreement between client and coach. It is based on the client’s expressed interests, goals and objectives. A professional coach may use inquiry, reflection, requests and discussion to help clients identify personal and/or business and/or relationship goals, and develop action plans intended to achieve those goals. The client takes action, and the coach may assist, but never leads or does more than the client. Professional coaching is not counseling, therapy or consulting.

All Sports Coaching Martial Arts Jiu Jitsu
Kyokushinkai founded by Masutatsu Oyahama, born in Korea who paid already much attention to Tang Su and the later Te Kwon Do. He was also a student of Funakoshi Sensei. who teached him the Shotokan style Karate. Then he trained with master Gogen.
He also learned to kempo Sawai Kenici. Later he went to Thailand to join the Thai boxing practice. Of all the martial arts together he made a style he called Kyokushinkai (kyoku = extreme, Shin = truth, kai = association). What is especially different about this style is that everything is full contact practice. This style can be recognized by it’s realistic techniques. Oyahama was particularly looking for techniques that were effective in a real fight. This style of karate is one of the first styles that was trained in the Netherlands. By 1960, the first Kyokushinkai Championships in the Netherlands was a fact. Kenneth Leeuwin, multiple world champion karate in the 80ties was my trainer of kyokushinkai at All Sports. I also trained Jiu Jitsu for 15 years with Robert Kolff and later Martin de Vries.

Coaching or CounsellingCounselling = looking back, Coaching = looking forward.
Many people who desire counselling is to resolve issues from their past so that they can see their present life and future prospects with a different perspective. The counselor will help a person to acknowledge the past, gain a fresh perspective on it, and then form goals which will help that person lead a considerably more positive and fulfilled future. An interview is required and be done online or in an office or at any other convenient location find in good harmony. We hope we will be able to help you. We do ! care

Regions in which we have a lot of experience and that we cover. This map has been activated in Phuket ภูเก็ต on April’s Thai New Year Songkran. Map knowledge & networks Netherlands, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar & Indonesia.

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August: North Sea Jazz Festival
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