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Because it is collective; participants learn from each other, interact, and thus get to know each other better personally and professionally. 

Because it is interactive; Instead of being in a "listener" position, participants actively participate in the practices, ask questions, analyze, express ideas and put the learned topics back into practice.

Coaching because; It enables participants to discover their potential, increase their performance and thus achieve their goals.


- Participants are made aware of the need and the positive effects that will arise when this need is met.

- In order to create this change, participants are encouraged to build trust in themselves, each other, the organization, and the trainers who will accompany them on this journey.

- By generating the necessary motivation for change and development, participants are encouraged to decide together to embark on the learning journey.


Coaching: This is the stage that supports participants to cooperate within the scope of their learning goals and to reach the common goal in the most effective way by revealing their potential. 

Experience: This is the stage where participants begin the learning process through exercise or practice (simulation, drama, drawing, etc.) within the training subject.
Reflection: This is the stage where analyzes are made based on experience, feelings and thoughts are expressed, experiences are shared, and the results are analyzed.

Knowledge: Scientific data such as globally accepted research, models, theories and statistics are presented. This is the stage where the participants establish a connection between the data and the evaluations resulting from their analysis.


Intermodel Transfer: This is the stage where the participants enter into a testing application again, based on the experience, ideas and scientific data they have acquired during the learning process so far.

Changing Step: It is the stage where they establish a relationship between the learning process and their own reality and take a step towards change. Each participant/department determines steps regarding what needs to be changed as a result of the awareness they experience.

Willpower: This is the stage where the motivation needed to ensure the continuity of the determined change step and turn it into a habit is created.


Evaluation & Impact Analysis: This process is the stage where the results of the studies are evaluated by determining how effective the implemented program is. This stage also aims to guide future planning.

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