This collection is part of the material created by the VOCIS partnership and may be used by individuals or by coaches working with individuals. It provides also useful exercises that can be done in a classroom initiated by trainers in a great variety of fields.
- You are an individual wishing to develop your self-regulation skills:
We recommend starting with the diagnostic toolkit’s online questionnaire. It helps you to find the exercises that are most interesting for you, yet it is not compulsory.
- You are a coach or trainer:
Please have a look at the various materials to be found on our website for individual and other types of coaching, especially the methodological guidelines and the case studies.
This tool box will contain helpful tools for coaching in different occasions and contexts. The attitude of the coach in the meeting with his coachee and his concerns will have a central place in order to achieve a resource-oriented coaching, a “back-to-logic” (exploration motivation) rather than an “away-from-logic” (avoidance motivation). For personal development, it is decisive to work with targets that trigger positive emotions (i.e. mood, mental excitement). Positive emotions increase the motivation for action and implementation, while negative emotions weaken motivating target effects. Therefore, a respectful, non-judgmental and resource-oriented approach supporting a benevolent-accepting and open self-exploration of the client will be addressed and promoted on three broad areas:
- theme-oriented interventions,
- development-oriented interventions,
- process-oriented interventions.
Please find here the exercises’ collection in our different partner languages: