Ada Jongkamp (1965)
(Organisation) coaches and trainers
Separating essentials from side-issues, penetrating to the core of the problem, finding the truth: Ada will not work for less. Using a very practical approach, she helps individuals and teams to develop self-confidence and gain insight in their own thoughts and feelings. The key of her focus is: you must feel free to act and to think, and in this way get more from yourself or from your team.
- Reflection: working towards the core issue. Helping someone step by step to follow an individual path that fits your person.
- Confidence: helping develop self-confidence and self-contemplation by providing space and creating a safe environment.
- Analytical: determining major and minor issues. Pursue the questions behind the question.
- Searching for what is true and real and distinguishing that truth from existing illusions.
- Working from intuition: have the guts to listen and respond to what lies hidden behind the question. Investigating the issues that are not immediately said aloud.
- Helping to become aware: assisting someone in becoming conscious of his own thoughts and feelings. Making sure that someone can set himself free and dares to take responsibility for his own thinking and acting.
- Confronting: reflecting on what happens, and translate this into the things someone wants to learn.
- Patiently and lovingly helping with development.
- Translating in a practical way: translate events into everyday practice and make them applicable.