There are a variety of reasons people might need coaching. Leadership development and continued learning after a training program are key areas where coaching is done. Wanting to develop a career plan, build effective teams and improve performance (self and team), design and implement a strategic plan and hold the focus, improve time management, or wanting to develop any professional and interpersonal skill, build constructive relationships and create work life balance – all these are be valid reasons to consider coaching.

I need to change…

“I am stuck and can’t figure out how to get beyond where I am. I need to understand what is holding me back…Do I need a plan?”

I have no idea what is happening…

“I don’t know what I want at all. I am feeling lost, confused. I know something has to change, but what? Where do I even start?”

I want to improve…

“I feel I can do better…I have to work smarter, not harder, and I need my time to figure out how. I need feedback.”M.

I need inspiration …

“I need new ideas. I need to get out of the matrix. I need fresh air and open spaces. I need to see clearly the opportunities that are out there.”

I want to improve my relationship …

“Something is not right between us. One of us has to initiate change. But where do I start? What is the first thing I have to do to make it better?”

I don’t have much time…

“I’ve got everything I wanted in my life. But time is ticking away… And I still feel like something is missing. Something important!”

We will never know unless we try. Coaching is a relationship, and as any relationship it is based most on the mutual good will of the participants, communication skills and… a sprinkle of magic. However, if you are an explorer by heart, if you prefer to keep the things simple, if you enjoy going outside – and most importantly – if you are committed to refining your skills and developing an inspiring relationship with yourself – Wildcoaching is a perfect match for you.

You will have your emotions, thoughts and ideas clarified.

You will move closer towards your professional or life goals.

You will focus on yourself and all that has real importance to you.

You will find more excitement, inspiration and satisfaction in you life.

Be 100 % responsible for yourself. Set aside regular times for your coaching. If you do not, you will most likely lose the momentum and focus. It is your coaching. Do not waste it.

Tell me when something in the coaching is not working for you. I am here for you and welcome feedback.

Tell me what you want. Be prepare to give.

Get ready for your coaching conversation prior to meeting by reviewing what you said you would do, what you would like to achieve at the end of the meeting, and anything specific you may like from me.

It is when the coach accompanies the client to observe her/his natural behavior within the usual business/personal environment and then coaches toward the client’s goal as opportunities present themselves. It allows for the coach to observe the client and give immediate feedback.

Most often shadow coaching is done for enhancement of communication skills and leadership development and it could be used in any other situations of need as well.

Wherever you feel at ease with yourself and whatever brings comfort to you and helps you to communicate, observe, and entertain yourself better – this is the best place to choose. Remember – Wildcoaching is not meant to be a rigid intellectual exercise to “fix you up”. It is here to get you out of the box and to the next level. Let it be a game of exploration, let’s bring some fun – it is the way we learn best.
Wildcoaching adopts an integrative approach that draws from the latest research in Applied Neuroscience, Psychology and Psychotherapy. It stays focused on your personal uniqueness and specific needs.
Sure. Bringing a friend, partner or family could be essential if your relationship with this person/s is something you would like to focus on during your coaching sessions.

Wildcoaching is based on strict ethical, confidential, and professional business behaviors grounded by mutual respect and trust.

Chronic psychiatric conditions could be managed jointly with your qualified medical supervisor. It might be helpful to give your consent to collaborate with them to ensure your best interest.

Not at all. The walks and the one-day hikes normally require nothing more complicated than a good backpack and your personal gear. A sleeping bag, a sleeping pad and a tent is pretty much enough for trips and retreats. Remember, you design your own outdoor coaching experience and the level of comfort will be your decision.
Yes! There is no such a thing as best time for going outside, even if it is windy, rainy or muddy. If you are an outdoor extremist, and you can enjoy coaching under the stars on a cup of tea beside the open fire after a six hour hike on a cold, snowy day in the mountain, that is fine. As long as it is safe and it helps you move closer to your coaching objectives, almost everything is acceptable – be it a coaching session in a self-made ice-igloo or in a five-star winter resort hotel.
Age does not matter at all! Just make sure to choose the difficulty level of your outdoor experience according your abilities and skills. Please keep in mind you are going for a coaching after all, not for an endurance test.
Let’s simply talk about what you would enjoy and then let’s explore the opportunities available for you.
Let get started. Let’s talk. Give a call or send an e-mail.