Insights from one of our Neurolanguage Coaches - Monica Rodriguez Salvo

Insights from one of our Neurolanguage Coaches - Monica Rodriguez Salvo

14 November 2018, by Rachel Paling

Well done M├│nica Rodriguez Salvo – what an amazing Neurolanguage Coach you are ­čÖé – here are some insights from Monica………

“I have been training business executives for more than 18 years. Now that I have implemented Neurolanguage Coaching as the main methodology, there has been an incredible shift in the way I approach our courses. One of my students was a tenured businessman tired of trying different methods and Institutions to help him with his English. When we started our neurolanguage coaching sessions, he was a little reluctant and detached from his learning journey, something we find quite usually in corporate training.┬á

After journeying our first Neurolangauge Coaching sessions, his involvement and motivation increased, his focused sharpened, and his drive to achieve more and more became evident. He now wants to go for more, and we are constantly identifying new goals as we achieve what has been set. He believes this is a neat, lean learning process, where he is constantly challenged but in control and ownership of his learning process. He has dramatically improved his level, mastering the goals we set together some months ago.

And this is one of the most revealing benefits I have found in our neurolanguage approach: we lovingly drive our coachees towards OWNING their own goals. That is something that both the brain and the heart loves: being THERE, fully aware, striving to succeed when you know exactly where you are standing, where you are going, and what you need to do to get there. As teachers, we have claimed that autonomy in the language process is essential. However, we have shared very little information, we have truly involved our students far less than desired… Those times are over.┬á

These are the times for neurolanguage coaches that engage both hearts and minds. The time for absolute transparency in the learning process.┬áThe time for transferring power into the hands of our coachees, for a change. And the results are amazing, simply because they feel empowered, heard, respected and honored. My practice as a coach has now allowed me to grow as a professional, to hone my active listening skills, attune to my client’s needs and align forces to help them reach their true potential. “

┬ę 2024 Rachel Marie Paling

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