Perspective Systemic

June 27, 2013

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Coaching with systemic perspective, a new approach to learning the teaching does not exist, there is only learning from direct dialogue. When Socrates was playing better, was not trying to control my car blows instruction and assessment. I saw the ball clearly, chose where I wanted to paste it, and let it happen. Surprisingly, the blows were more controlled while not trying to control them. Tim Gallwey the carriage of Kocs: icon of coaching between centuries XV and XVI the Hungarian city of Kocs, located approximately 70 km from Budapest, became obligatory stop for trips between this city and Vienna. On these trips, they began to use a few carriages with a unique suspension system.

This system allowed to go faster with more stability. He allowed that the processes of acceleration of the carriage, do run more horses, change them more frequently or strengthen them, could perform without losing balance. Like this He soon spoke of the carriage of Kocs, kocsi szeker in Hungarian-, as a symbol of excellence in the role of transporting people from one place to another. The term kocsi became the Spanish as a car, a German kutsche, Italian as cocchio as. The English word coach, therefore is of Hungarian origin. It meant a covered vehicle pulled by horses to transport people. Metaphorically, the coaching also transports people from one place to another. The place where they are where you want to go.

As the etymology of the very significant coaching of its function, the symbol of excellence of the carriage of Kocs can be an icon of coaching. All-time coaching any theory concerning the origins of coaching and its essence uses the figure of Socrates as a reference. However, many centuries before there is a history in the India and China that are authentic references to contemporary coaching. Recall for example the work Tao Te King of Lao Tse, that we can be summed up with the phrase: who knows a lot of others is an understood, but wisest is he who knows himself.