You have the right knowledge, but you cannot seem to achieve results. You know what you want to achieve, but you’re encountering obstacles. You feel that you are not getting anywhere. Works Council coaching can help.
counselling the Works Council
Works Council coaching is an effective way to invite you and your fellow Works Council members to use your best potential for the Works Council work. This means that each individual will formulate and work on their desires to change.
The coach asks questions, helps to discover any blind spots and guides the coachee to the agreed objective. The coach challenges the coachee to a bit of cross-border behaviour. This makes the group realise that they can achieve more than expected.
breaking patterns in the Works Council
Together, we will discover the habits that have formed, and you will learn how to break the pattern. Coaching helps you to own the desired improvements. Choosing a new path energizes you!
For example, this practical example (Dutch) demonstrates how Works Council coaching works.
“Sander has improved the process by continuing to focus on the process.”*
A Works Council member about the Works Council off-site team days for Kragten
*quote has been translated from Dutch
group coaching or individual coaching for Works Council members
The CT² coaches combine their experience as a coach with at least ten years of knowledge of management, employee participation and organisation: Works Council coaching. The Works Council can contact CT² for group coaching (Dutch) (for the Works Council, with or without the management team, the Executive Board, a permanent committee or a specific committee) and individual coaching (Dutch) (for Works Council members, the Works Council chairperson or the Director).
the Works Council coach as a facilitator
Are you looking to promote greater cooperation in the creation and shaping of the training? And are you also looking for more insight into your performance? This is all possible when you, as a Works Council team, determine the content and form of the off-site team days.
In this form, the Works Council coach only acts as a facilitator of the meeting; the Works Council determines the content and form.
During the preparation, the trainer/coach/facilitator is available for one hour to discuss matters by email or telephone. On the day itself, the trainer/facilitator comes to the agreed location to provide their support, their knowledge and experience, based on the specific content. In many ways, this is like hiring a Works Council coach as a Works Council consultant. However, in this case, you hire them not for a specific subject, but for the development of the Works Council.
Note: Please note that we are a Dutch organisation and that all our information is originally composed in Dutch. For the benefit of our English-speaking customers we have translated some of our online information. We are still in the process of translating even more of our information. It could therefore be that you will come across Dutch pages on CT2.nl. Please contact us if you would like more information.