Man is a social animal and often the need for belonging means that some aspects of the character, particularly delicate or complex to be understood, are lived as being inadequate for sharing, as if they were dark “shadows” of a personality. Parts that are often segregated or used in secret.
If ecology studies the relationship between man and the environment, the “ecological” assumption behind eCoaching, takes into account the quality of relationships between these different parts of the individual, and always contemplates intervention towards improvement and harmonization.
The overall view of eCoaching focuses on “how” those aspects are placed, explored, and used in an ecological way. It moves the focus on the ethical use of those aspects, a strategy that helps integrate and strengthen self-centering and thus refines forecasting capacity.