The Theory of Self-Organised Coaching
Those who advocate quality control and advanced
training in coaching should have a differentiated complexity of strategies
for its analyses and realisation at their disposal. This complexity
of understanding, strategies and measures forms a theory.
The theory of Self-Organised Coaching describes:
- the requirement and legitimacy of coaching,
- all the relevant mechanisms in coaching,
their generally valid verifiability.
Only once this closeness is given can quality be developed and
The theory of Self-Organised Coaching thus
- trainers of coaches as a basis for the formation and legitimisation
of their curricular training programs,
- practicing coachee to interpret the variety of coaching understandings,
practicing and future coaches to evaluate for themselves
their approach to coaching and for the further development of their
- future coaches to evaluate and select coaching training courses,
as a basis on which the scientific world can evaluate coaching
and give academic impulses for its further development.