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Animation of coaching movement - Subjective development of a human being

Subjective development of a human being


  • Your energy, your potential
  • Psychological influence of colour
  • Auto presentation
  • Active methods of job search
  • Assertiveness
  • Communication techniques
  • Self-management under stress
  • Self-management in time
  • How to be enterprising every day?
  • How to be a good negotiator?
  • Planning individual ways of development
  • Cooperation and teamwork skills
  • Caring and educative work methodology
  • Negotiations
  • Business negotiations
  • Negotiations and mediation techniques
  • Value awareness ? ethics
  • Conflict-solving
  • Contact in the situation of helping/assisting
  • Active methods of searching for a job
  • Group process
  • Work with an addicted person
  • Methodology of workshops (work with the subject and the group)

Exemplary training program


  • Creating a positive image ? self-creation
  • Techniques of making positive first impression
  • Preparing presentation
  • Proper choice of form of transmission
  • Stages of effective presentation
  • Rules of preparing a presentation
  • Defining the objective of the presentation
  • Defining the profile of the presentation recipients
  • Effective communication
  • Verbal communication (active listening, silence, diction)
  • Non-verbal communication (coping with stage fright, stress - camera training)
  • Conscious and unconscious communication level
  • Techniques of involving presentation recipients
  • Techniques of coping with difficult questions
  • Techniques of overcoming objections of the listeners
  • Improving effective argumentation on the basis of needs analysis
  • Highlighting the benefits to the message recipient
  • Impressive presentation conclusion

Subjective Entrepreneurship
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Social Skills Training

At present, the number of people excluded from normal functioning in the society is growing fast. At the same time, expenditures to help these people increase. It means that the problem of exclusion is noticed and systematically amended. However, despite huge expenditures and a great deal of the society?s effort, the problem increases instead of decreasing. One can guess that the cause of exclusion is the fact that a well-organized society is very demanding towards its active members. Therefore, it is more and more difficult to meet even the minimum expectations of the developed job market.

Nowadays a workplace is usually equipped with advanced-technology devices. Their user must have wide knowledge gained in the long-lasting educational process. A lot of people are unable to cope with such educational challenges and thus also with the requirements of the contemporary job market.

Another important challenge area for the participant of the modern job market are interpersonal skills, necessary to work in multicultural teams. Products approved on the market are complex and developed by teams consisting of people of different nationalities. Each person contributes his/her culture and specific type of work, and establishing different relationship with people. People of different cultures and traditions must cooperate agreeably and adapt to the organizational culture of the corporation.

Means of transport and communication development makes it even more necessary. Nowadays lots of products are manufactured abroad as a result of cooperative relations between various countries. China, because of cheap labour, is a producer of a huge number of products supplying markets around the world. Product designers, organizers, financiers are ? almost all of them ? of different nationalities but they have to cooperate agreeably and effectively, crossing the borders of communicating in different languages, contributing different customs, emotional reactions and different understanding of work and success ethos. On the contemporary job market the ability of team work is very important. These numerous and important requirements make it harder for an ordinary person to find the place and cope with the situation. An individual failure at work results in more failures. Such a person is blocked from next challenges and slowly degrades its position in the organizational structure. With the next failures s/he may end up excluded from the market, becoming a client of social support centres.

The process of developing the regions of exclusion is accelerating. To counteract this process more expenditures are necessary, yet then the working part of the society bears an increasing burden of the tribute paid for the groups that need help. This problem can be approached from a different angle with the concept of social work being re-thought to make proper help more effective. The aim is to adopt more efficient methods of helping people in the process of coming back to life among those able to make a living and meet the challenges of contemporary society.

I focus on the second trend. Its purpose is the reconsideration of the social work concept to find the solutions that will enable effective aid to function independently in the contemporary, difficult world.

As a result of the difficulties noticed, a new model of work with an individual is suggested in this work, based on his/her subjectivity development. A new type of client?s influence has been used in the subjective method. It supports the process of personality development. The person undergoing this process works on developing the range of his/her behaviour. It is possible that new behaviour is a remedy for the problem.

Basic part of this work is presentation of training methods with an individual that lead to his personality development. These methods make it easier and help to shape new skills. After the stage of hard work it may turn out that an individual developed his/her personality to such an extend that s/he is able to cope with the problems that were formerly unsolvable. This way a difficulty, a personal deficiency that is the source of social exclusion is overcome.

The model of subjectivity work is also for clients of social support centres a proper way to become a rightful member of the human community. Within the presented idea each person takes their life in their hands and develops himself/herself. As a result of the development process, s/he starts coping with the situations that were too difficult in the past.


In the subjective model it is assumed that workshops? participants are not conscious people. It is the coach who should be qualified. The purpose of the training and workshops is to change the clients' behaviour at the level of giving the world sense and at the level of physical behaviours.

In the methodology of consciousness work with an individual the coach is a person who has acquired awareness qualification and thus notices autonomic activity of other individuals. S/he is able to define behaviour, opinions, judgments and emotions of other people that lead to behaviour that us traumatic, conflict or even disabling efficient work and effective earning for one?s own living and the family.

Awareness vs. training structure. The coach is able to reconstruct everyday behaviour of an individual and diagnose him/her. The diagnosis means having the ability to identify the behaviour that causes failure. The client must change his/her interpretation of the world in the areas which are the source of failure. Accurate diagnosis is very important as it makes it possible to choose the right exercises and this way to run the training properly.

The diagnosis is the first stage of work with the client. It makes it possible to understand the direction of further work with the client and the direction of changes that should be introduced, which means developing coach's competence. It is important to emphasize that the decision about the change and the direction is made by the client himself/herself although s/he is not fully aware of the work and effort that awaits him/her.

The second stage is designing exercises and workshops that lead to personality change. The aim is to teach the client to replace the behaviour that causes failures with other that leads to the intended aim ? achieving success.

Creating exercises consists of finding the problem that is the source of client's trauma by the coach. Next the coach formulates an open order in which s/he suggests to clients a particular activity. It means that the coach?s order can be understood in many different ways. It must be formulated in such a way that each participant can interpret it differently ? according to his/her own natural way of interpreting the world. Thus each client implements the order in a way typical for him/her.

The next stage of the training exercise is ?works exhibition?. The clients show works that they prepared on the basis of the given order. Comparing their works is a chance for them to see their understanding of the world that is the basis of the created works. Each work can be different as each participant perceives and evaluates the reality in a different way and has got a different idea about it. During the exhibition other people?s works are the looking glass in which the participants can notice their way of thinking and assessing the fragment of reality which is the subject of the exercise. At this stage the participants confront their interpretation of the world with other people?s interpretation.

The last stage of the exercise is ? "try in a different way". The participants practice a new way of solving the same problem, that is non-standard for them. Earlier they saw their works which means they could see various ways of dealing with the same problem, the same order. It is possible that some of the solutions presented at the exhibition appeals to a participant and s/he considers them as leading to success. At the ?try in a different way? stage the participants have a chance to practice new ways of dealing with the order given in the first stage.

Each participant solved the problem in a way typical for himself/herself. In the previous stage s/he noticed that this problem can be solved in many different ways. Among a variety of solutions worked out by other participants s/he chooses a new one s/he considers the right one and practices it. The previous way of dealing with the problem might have been the cause of the traumatic experience while the new one may lead to the success. This way the expected change of behaviour of the client was achieved ? the traumatic behaviour, loaded with negative emotions was replaced by a more effective behaviour connected with positive emotions.