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Coaching course

Managing personally both professionally and privately gives the best results for all employees, especially for people with a Systemizer profile.

The coaching course is for those with a Systemizer profile and provides a thorough and efficient introduction to areas that are important to know and understand in order to best succeed academically and professionally.

The coaching course is made up of various elements, which together provide the necessary self-understanding and strategies to succeed professionally.

Throughout the course there will be an exchange between teaching, coaching, advising, training and exercises, which together create the best results.

The coaching course is standardly built around 10 sessions of 90 minutes duration, where each session includes two new elements to work with. The first session will have introductory content and the last, evaluative. It is possible to have a manager or other relevant person at the first and last sessions for evaluation of progress and possible measures in the workplace.

An overview of the coaching course’s content is outlined here

Session 1: Introduction conversation and focus list


  • Get an overview of the Systemizer coaching course.
  • Agree on dates for the entire course.
  • Get to know the client from the focus list
  • Gain insight into the areas the client wants to work with from the focus list.

Session 2: Introduction to the brain


  • Get a specialised review of the brain with a focus on how the brain looks in a person with a Systemizer profile.
  • Gain knowledge of the underlying neural and brain functions that underpin our thoughts, emotions, senses and actions.
  • Gain knowledge of the stress hormones and neurotransmitters that provide “green, yellow or red” brain.
  • Being able to recognise the signals that appear when the brain changes “colour”.

Session 3: Introduction to the stress vulnerability exercise and the cognitive diamond


  • Gain insight into basic and situational stress.
  • Map their own stress vulnerability history.
  • Learn to work with their own stress vulnerability border.
  • Get an introduction to the cognitive method and figure out their own stress vulnerability danger signals. Know their thought types (automatic thoughts, belief thoughts and core thoughts) and understand how to react in different situations/environments.

Session 4: Analysis of stress vulnerability and introduction to the 5 neurotransmitter promoters.


  • Work with their own stress vulnerability from a prioritised list and learn how to clarify their own stress history. When does the person have “green, yellow or red” brain and what is the reason.
  • Figure out which strategies to focus on to take better care of themselves
  • Review the 5 neurotransmitter promoters and the impact that specific lifestyle enhancers have on performance levels. Figure out which areas can and should be worked on.

Session 5: Introduction to “top down bottom up” thinking and analysis of the assessment tool SPQ (Systemizer Profile Questionnaire)


  • Review the “top down bottom up” model and understand how concepts are formed and knowledge automated in the brain. Which challenges you have from the “top down” with social knowledge and other perfunctory demands.
  • Review the outcome of the SPQ test and clarify the client’s profile. Which strengths and challenges the SPQ test can provide insight into.

Session 6: Introduction to the CAT form and “extended black/white thinking”


  • Learn to use the CAT form (Cognitive Affective Training) for detection, analysis and strategy formation in relation to specific situations where strategy deficits are experienced.
  • Train to create new social strategies, that can provide better opportunities to handle things in the moment, reduce stress and increase good thoughts/feelings at the same time.
  • Review the “extended black/white” model, which is an analysis tool to examine what creates tensions and challenges in relation to certain people, situations or challenges. Introduction to the mechanisms that, as a person with a Systemizer profile, could lead you to drop a relationship, job or an activity because you are “done” with it. Finding examples from the client’s life. Finding other strategies before it comes to the Black/white strategy.

Session 7: Introduction to “social circles” and empathic response


  • Review “social circles” to give an overview of the social rules that everyone lives by. Train and reveal the social life and the 12 different areas that are fundamental to succeed socially in all contexts
  • Introduce “empathic listening and response” and how we can best communicate in social settings so that everyone feels understood and included. Introduction to body language, feeling language and spoken language.

Session 8: Introduction to the conflict curve, “the Wheel” and the Sweet Spot exercise


  • Introduce the conflict curve using brain colour and conversational tools
    • What are the triggers of conflict in the workplace (e.g. demands, rejection, social and sensory sensitivity, impact of fundamental beliefs).
    • What strategies can/will be used in each sequence/escalation/de-escalation? Introduction to the 4 rules of conflict escalation!
  • Introduction to “the wheel” – a tool for personal development and balance of personality in different contexts.
    • Insight into the dynamics of the personality.
    • Mapping of the personal “wheel” with descriptions of characteristics, weaknesses, interests, relationships, values.
    • Using the cognitive diamond and formation of new beliefs to figure out each element and personal trait.
    • How can you “borrow” ideas/beliefs from an appropriate character trait that can be used when playing the game in an inappropriate way?
  • Introducing the Sweet Spot exercise by identifying personal talents and strengths, personal passions and personality type.

Session 9: Review the results of the Sweet Spot exercise


  • Find the personal sweet spot – the area where you will be most successful based on the determination of your talents and strengths, your passions and what gives you high energy and your personality type.
  • Make a plan so you can develop and use your personal sweet spot professionally, in relation to job opportunities, education and career planning.
  • Introduction to positioning yourself in regard to work relationships (360 degrees) and professional teams.

Session 10: Summary and evaluation of the coaching course


  • Making an assessment of the course – possibly along with a manager
  • Decide what further information will be passed along to the workplace, colleagues, family
  • Consider what the next step could be in regards to work, outplacement, career planning, existing job


Coaching Course

DKK 25,000


DKK 2,500
(this 90 minute introduction is included as the first session in the coaching course and will be included in the price of the coaching course should this be selected)

Personalised SPQ report

DKK 3,300
If you wish to receive personalised processing of the SPQ questionnaire where a consultant reviews your answers, goes in depth on the content of your answers and creates a personalised SPQ report - order here.

Personalised SPQ report with verbal feedback

DKK 7,500
If you wish to receive personalised processing of the SPQ questionnaire where a consultant reviews your answers, goes in depth on the content of your answers, as well as creates a personalised SPQ report and provides 2 hours of verbal feedback and an explanation of the results and contents of the report - order here.

All prices are exclusive of VAT. For individuals and organizations, no VAT is included.
If it takes place at the company's address, an additional DKK 1,000 will be charged per hour plus mileage allowance according to state tariffs (3.54 DKK per km).

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