High executive officers coaching in English in Bangkok




Coaching guides someone to develop more skills, commitment or self-confidence related to personal goal.

Coaching supports a person or group to attain their highest level of success and fulfilment



There are two types of coaching: coaching a person or coaching a team. Individual coaching and team coaching are both part of a pragmatic and structured approach that encourages participants to step back and review their usual patterns of operation.

The approach is particularly focused on the result and the means to achieve them.

Coaching covers 4 steps :

  • analysis of the current situation
  • set a realistic goal
  • establishment of an action plan
  • and follow up until coachee’s goal are achieved.

The coach takes the time to get to know you, analysis the current situation and the goals being set.

The coach will help you to define an action plan and how to measure the results. And finally, the coach will support you throughout the process.

Executive coaching

Organizational planning, adding new features, career development, leadership, self-awareness and H/R relationships, communication, monitoring of projects, tools for decision making and strategy support implementing change management ...

Coaching middle manager

Integration coaching, performance improvement, motivation, development potential and performance support towards a more complex job.

Coaching a team

Coaching in team cohesion, common references, complementarity goal setting, effectiveness, motivation and mobilization of teams.

Company coaching

Changes in economic conditions, framework, coaching business plan, implementation of strategic change, sustainability. Coaching as part of a business merger or sale of business: individual and collective support during the complex period.






Coaching 360°

The 360° is an entry point in great demand for both individual and team coaching. Coaching 360° helps position the coachee (manager or team) compared to the 7 managerial dimensions, identify strengths and weaknesses, make a list of skills to develop and then work to improve them.


AZ questionnaire

The AZ is a meaningful process, involving a strong personal desire to improve.

The AZ brings :

  1. self-understanding
  2. deeper knowledge of oneself
  3. better understanding of differences.


Our 2 main assessments : (click on link to access to tool)


Drawing the comparison between sports and business

During his professional life, an athlete can:

  • aim to win a prestigious event (the Olympics)
  • decide to succeed in another sport
  • need to improve a particular gesture (the backhand in tennis)
  • have to solve a problem (relationship with another player )
  • have to fill a gap (lack of responsiveness)
  • wonder about his future (his occupational retraining)

During his professional life, a manager can:

  • aim to sign the “Contract of the Century”
  • decide to change strategy, diversify
  • need to improve a skill (management)
  • have to address a problem (relationship with a colleague)
  • have to fill a gap (the lack of organization)
  • wonder about its future (career)

The top athlete and the manager both use a coach
The business coach imitates and modelizes the athlete’s trainer.