The purpose of The Weekend is to enable you to become highly self-aware. Through self-exploration you will gain profound insights in your self-concept, your behavioral preferences and your defense strategies.


Your Insights


During The Weekend we will create the conditions that allow you explore yourself to become highly self-aware. You will gain profound insights in your self-concept, your behavioral preferences and your defense strategies.

Core Principles


During the Weekend, we work from 4 core principles, that together create the conditions for effective self-exploration. We believe that truth, choice, simplicity and holism are the essential cornerstones, that empower people to sustainably expand their self-awareness.


Truth


The truth simplifies everything


We encourage you to know your experience and share it with others



Choice


Everything is the result of choice


We encourage you to take full responsibility for your own experience



Simplicity


In essence, everything is simple


We encourage you to understand your experience with profound simplicity



Holism


People are naturally whole


We encourage you to connect to your inner strength, intuition and creativity


Theoretical Framework


During The Weekend we use a series of quantitative self-tests, called “The Elements of Awareness”. They originate from FIRO®, a comprehensive theory about the dimension of human interaction. We use this framework to structure and facilitate your self exploration.

Coaching Approach


During the Weekend, we apply the Co-Active ® approach. Simply stated this means the job of the coach is to ask powerful questions, listen and empower, rather than instruct or advice. The Co-Active model guides our interactions in order to best facilitate your self-exploration.

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