Jinny is integrative in her approach as she is informed by various disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, philosophy and the latest research in Neuroscience. She adheres to a developmental process that serves as a guiding a philosophy in her coaching conversations. It is an evidence-based process rooted in the science of Adult Learning and Development where she –
Asks for meaning
Whilst this allows her to develop a contextual understanding of the client’s world, it offers the client, perhaps a first chance to tell their story unencumbered not only to another human being but sometimes also to themselves. This aids in undertaking some framing and reframing of the challenges and issues.
Builds a new perspective
This involves introduction of new perspectives and options that create a sense of new choices for the client. Such an exploration encourages the client to develop a holistic and a more encompassing view of not just the issues at hand but also of his/her orientation to life.
Creates a bridge
At this stage clients are enabled to move forward with a sense that their new perspectives and understanding are connected and relevant to their previously articulated reality.
Here a plan is developed that details how new learning and perspectives will be brought forward in the client’s daily functioning. Henceforth, she supports the client in carefully implementing new learning and insights and through any new challenges that this may ensue until the end of the coaching program.