“We believe that being a strategic designer means to challenge yourself, to be self-centered, to get consciousness about your limits and your strengths. Being a strategic designer dependes by your attitude… this is why we aim to build it by our coaching professionals and the activities they run.”


Coach: Daniela Terrile http://danielaterrile.com/
ACC ICF Coach – PNL practitioner, Systemic Coaching
Dr Daniela Terrile

Daniela keeps coaching methodology on focusing on strengths and weaknesses of students, empowering them to face fears and improve their style. Daniela is thriving when coaching, respecting and adapting to their preferences; she keeps an eye on research to improve her understanding of students’ needs, reveal insights, and inspire innovative solutions.Daniela is inspired by people; she strongly believes that all students have insights and internal resources to be effective and resilient. Coaching is not about the form or fixing you; coaching is enhancing your potential, to gain your place in society, and be what you deserve and dream to be.

The course uses empowerment to increase the degree of autonomy and self-determination of all students in order to enable them to represent their interests in a responsible and self-determined way.

Purpose of the empowerment approach is to support students to overcome their sense of powerlessness and lack of influence, and to recognize and eventually to use their resources and chances in a community where we will work through art of hosting techniques, peer to peer exercises, applied improvisation, target systemic constellation and Theory U.

The course employs a mapping thinking approach to support students to embrace challenges and persist in the face of setbacks and learn from criticism. No teachers, no professors, only peer to peer approach; we will be inspired by Bert Hellinger, design thinking, systemic thinking, Grow Model and DISC coaching.

The course incorporates basic notion of coaching, start-up empowering via systemic management constellation to prepare students to align their skills to their future professional career. The course deals with issues ranging from how to find and experience meaning-making in work to how to network and get an interview. The course will include shadowing exercises, role-playing, previous participants’ guest speakers, individual and group coaching. Small group dialogue (art of hosting and world café) will be held in regular sections comprised of a group of student peers, all managing their transition from university to first career.


In 2018 students were involved in a Survival Camp talks about sharing your fears and limiting beliefs with yourself and the group, it is going deep to understand what is guiding you, what is blocking you and the most ancient and ancestral fears. “Every time you do something beyond your ‘comfort’ zone ‘and you realize you’re still standing, the more you’ll believe the impossible is actually possible.”

In principle, the field of survival is to share with yourself and the group your fears and limiting beliefs, it is going deep to understand what is guiding you, what is blocking you. The aim is to create exactly what you want in your life, in your business or totally what you do not want: thoughts, negative presumptions, generalizations, cancellations and judgments about yourself and others.

The principle is to amplify our appreciation for moments, things and pleasant people, and to observe what is not pleasant, without judgment. Decision-making skills, when conditions are not ideal, are much appreciated in today’s business world.
Survival’s wilderness experiences greatly help build the team’s confidence in decision-making, as well as putting them together as a powerful limit of work less.
During the 3-day Survival Camp, all participants have received support to organize the camp: the preparation of modern and primitive methods, the construction of shelters, the research and treatment of water, navigation and direction during the night, tracking, survival kit.


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