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secondo congresso nazionale AIMES


    THE ATTENDEES OF THE COACHING COURSE IN PESARO

 

JULY 2013 PESARO


SONIA C. - PADOVA (Surgeon)

What did you like in this course?

“Everything!! The 'coach' teacher, the environment, the tools to work better and faster. The inner clarification it allowed me to achieve. The anchoring technique: fundamental!! All the diverse learning deriving from the other colleagues, both in what was inherent to the course as well as in a wider personal and professional perspective. Thanks Giampiero! Thanks Lucio!”
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?

"Letting the patient speak for at least two minutes without interruption. Asking 'powerful' questions at the right time. Clarifying the therapy protocol before leaving the patient. Not immediately giving solutions to the 'I can't'/'I must' dilemma, but letting the patient find them themselves; or, rather, proposing solutions after asking 'Are you sure?' at least three times. “sicuro? ”

Would you recommend this course?
"Yes, because it expands your horizons. It covers our whole life and not only the professional field. It conveys order and accord. It immediately supplies tools to work better and faster. It helps to reduce prejudice and encourages discovery. It makes you understand that mistakes and apparent failures are evolutionary steps that enrich us because they are sources of learning."



ANNALISA P. – CREMONA
(Physician)

What did you like about this course?
“The location, so rich in energy and beauty; the team of colleagues; the knowledge and charisma of our 'coach'. The incisiveness of topics that inevitably get through. The tangible sensation that you can't do without all that came out here, for your personal and professional well-being”
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?

"Learning necessary attitudes and useful ways to improve the rapport and attain our goals. All the aspects that came out can be helpful in our work."
Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, because it allows you to add important value to your person and profession. Everything becomes much more favorable."


GIUSEPPINA B. – MONZA
(Surgeon)

What did you like about this course?

“It was the first time I found myself in a small group where everybody had brought along their own experience. You learn by doing and this indelibly reinforces learning. By taking a challenge, you can not only learn for yourself, but you can also transfer what you've learned into your practical work with the patient. It is important to build the role of a therapist as someone who works on the patient and knows how to let their resources come out. So that the patients can sense their own and are motivated to employ them. It's fundamental to highlight each new element of learning with some reflection. The course context is superb. I'm certain I'd be able to follow a future course with Lucio in any other context and recall these days.”
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?
“Forging the role of the therapist; understanding the importance of the work environment; working with the patient and helping them let their own needs come out; language; anchoring techniques; forging the therapeutic alliance; checking and closing the path.”
Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, because building the above mentioned path is critical if you want your work to suit your patient.”


GINA L. – MILANO
(Pediatrician)

What did you like about this course?
"I liked so many things from the beginning a special atmosphere was created among the participants. The 'coach' is very capable and friendly, he made us feel at ease and enlightened a path which is, in reality, very challenging and rich in content. Priceless location”.
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?
"I'd say all the topics we discussed, from perfecting the positive individual features to the language; to the meta-models; to the anchoring. Obviously, the usefulness of the therapeutic alliance as well as 'coaching', both making the patient the protagonist of the therapy and no longer a passive viewer.."
Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, because the techniques we've been given are functional, important and useful to know, even just for our personal advancement. This course is a further confirmation, if we still needed one, that one-time and discontinuous therapeutic actions are remnants of the past, totally useless and obsolete.”


PATRIZIA G. – MILANO (Pediatrician)

What did you like in this course?
“The way it was conducted; a fresh issue; charm of the 'coach'; 'location'; interactivity; exercises ”.
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?
“The initial contact; active listening; respect for the territory; the modalities of how to ask questions; self-esteem and charisma, wherever possible, of the therapist; the result and the ecology of result”

Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, because it shatters all the old and obsolete frames of mind that don't dance with our time's rhythm; because it reinforces your true motivations and/or your mission; because it teaches you how to make it real”



GIUSEPPE P. – BERGAMO
(Surgeon)

What did you like in this course?
“Setting; direct and easy contact; environment; it satisfied me beyond my imagination, I think I'll be able to more positively face my own problems and my patients.”
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?
“Anchoring; maps; rapport; therapeutic alliance; charisma; definition of the goals.” Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, because it represents a professional evolution and an enrichment for ourselves.”



SERENA S. – BERGAMO
(Naturopathist)


“I want to say 'thank you', because everything was special: the coaching, the organization, the friends made in the course. Besides the teachers, we got connected to the maximum expression of what we had been searching for.”
Which aspects of the coaching process do you consider useful in medicine?
“Focusing on a few of them would be a limitation; everything was very important and so cool to learn. A good connection is the first step in attaining a goal using all your tools. The bond you create through the coaching knowledge can be the basis for a new interpretation and relationship with the others in any circumstance.”
Would you recommend this course?
“Yes, for the course making you so aware of how helpful to others you can be, and for the knowledge you can express in your daily work. Yes, to distinguish yourself from the masses who consider ill or disabled people as numbers and not as people in terms of the system. Yes, because it unleashes new horizons.”

 

 

 

 

   



  


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