In practice, coaches often focus on the problems and the backgrounds and are tempted to come up with solutions themselves if the coached person does not change. The solution-oriented coach, however, focuses on what is going well and thus clears the way to make progress in a positive and pragmatic way, without giving advice.
Solution-oriented coaching works quickly and efficiently and mobilizes energy and creativity in the coached person.
In this form of coaching, it is assumed that the coachee knows the solution himself, but does not yet have it available. By mainly focusing on the process and asking the right questions, we help you come up with your own solutions.