Wilna Breukelaar (1956)
(Organisation) coaches and trainers | partner
Awareness is the quintessence of Wilna’s approach, or rather: helping to become aware. She asks questions like: Who are you really? Where are you in the organisation? Which patterns play a role? She shows the effect of behaviour and what you can achieve with it. Wilna makes team members experience how to make contact with each other, how you make sure that you keep in touch and how the contact contributes to what you wish to achieve. Direct, tenacious, and always respectful.
- Positioning: helping the other become aware of his place in the organisation and actually keeping his place in the organisation or team. Assessing what is needed and mentioning it.
- Autonomy: making the other aware of patterns that are obstructing in realising one’s ambitions. Changing these patterns and develop more self-confidence, autonomy and authenticity.
- Unifying: bringing team members into contact with each other and making the team stay in contact with the organisation. Certifying that the tasks of the team are unambiguous and that the demand of the client remains central.
- Working systematically: working as a team in the whole. Showing the positions team members take and the effect of their position on the day-to-day functioning. Detecting the forcefield and distinguishing between individual and collective space.
- Challenging people to ‘stretch’ their behavioural repertoire and leave their comfortable position.
- Working with examples: demonstrating relevant examples and references.
- Mirroring: showing the other the effects of his behaviour on the mutual relations. Being direct and tenacious in this, and confrontational when necessary, as well as respectful.
- Believing: expressing belief in success. Confirming, showing perspective, working on self-confidence.
- Solution-focused: focusing on the future and the desired results, while keeping in sight what has already been achieved.