Skills for Everyday Success
Skills for Everyday Success

We are the trainer of leaders and organizations inner developers. Additionally, we enhance the implementation of training for your staff. We strengthen and create inner change power, generate efficient development discussions and better communication skills.

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In the Facilitation wizard training, I learned concretely how I can utilize facilitation skills in my daily work. I see that facilitation skills and different methods of how to excite a team are extremely important in relation to the future. Facilitation is a form of art that automatization and robotics are not going to replace.
Tuomas Mämmi Tutor Elisa Ltd.
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Influence the development of your organization, learn to coach your team to the top

As pioneers of modern tools we provide unique training programs for systemic coaching and facilitation. As a result of our training programs, the key players of companies turn into top-coaches and the teams become cohesive groups. Our trainers are known as successful writers in the field and as influencers in the top coaching-communities of Finland.

The certificates we provide strengthen the credibility of inner development, lift the profile of the key players to a new level and open up a path towards a professional coaching-career.

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Training programs

We provide 8 different systemic coaching and facilitation training. The selection of our training programs apply well with creating a professional coaching career, but also towards organizational, leadership and management development.

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HR Directors and HR managers, leaders and internal developers are the key players of coaching leadership. If you are looking for effectiveness and energy, skills and know-how, which you will utilize to create daily success stories for yourself and for your organization, you are in the right place.
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Vesa Ristikangas CEO
Coaching House Oy
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It is generally true that ‘what gets measured, gets done’, more importantly, measurement helps participants and programme coordinators identify areas for improvement in both process and performance of developmental practice; and acts as a spur to participants to review the learning relationship, with the frequent result that they are re-energised.

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