ThinkAdvising doesn’t focus on your perceived problems, but on your perception of your reality and on your underlying paradigm’s (taken-for-granted-assumptions) in the way you think. ThinkAdvising is a profound coaching path. It is much more than getting acquainted with a (new) set of management tools.
You are stimulated to discover or design new paradigm’s about your ‘reality’ and you are challenged and supported to start off and endure processes of attachment and detachment (to structures, habits, values, persons).
During this coaching path you will receive constant feedback on your attitude and behavior and you will become increasingly aware of your underlying paradigm’s. Not from a good or bad perspective, but with the objective that you become able to deepen and broaden your own thinking- and behavioral repertoire.