Coaching is a practical approach, which places the coachee (the client) and the coach on the same playing field.

Before the coaching can begin, a person must define his or her desires, willingness, and ability to participate.  In the coaching process, both participants define their vision, their goals and their objectives, and formulate a plan of action.  Coaching achieves the desired results by giving the coachee practical and professional tools, as well as personal support and a sympathetic ear.

In coaching, both the coach and the coachee must take responsibility for the process and for its results.

The success of coaching is measured in results.  In a successful coaching, the coachee and the coach strengthen each other.

Basic Assumptions in Coaching:

·         The coachee has a clear need for coaching.

·         There is an identifiable and measurable gap between reality and the vision.

·         The coach and the coachee take responsibility for the results, and commit to them.

·         The development of a reality-shaping language that strengthens the employees and the clients.

·         The identification of paradigms and basic prerequisites—mapping good and bad habits.

·         The achievement of results under competitive conditions, with a high level of uncertainty, and in a crowded time-frame.

·         Those who have been coached take responsibility for advancing their work—thus conserving their organization's resources.


Our workshops and seminars work with the participants, enabling them to accomplish the goals and objectives of their organization.

Group learning in the form of an experiential workshop combines formal lectures, debates and role-playing, group work, analysis of personal patterns, work with closed-circuit television, screenings of professional films, participation in simulations from the business world and from personal experience, and guided integration of artistic projects.

Participants in workshops learn and test new traits through the group's interpersonal interactions.

The workshops are built on individual requirements and are tailored to the organization and the workers' needs.

Contents of Workshops

·         Coaching for enhancing quality of service

·         Managing an interdisciplinary team

·         Leading changes – practical theories

·         Empowering women—breaking the glass ceiling

·         Coaching for intercultural encounters.

·         Developing multinational community leadership

·         Effective presentations

·         Dealing with stress and burnout in an organization

·         Retail businesses

·         Feedback and evaluation processes

·         Managing conflicts

·         Managing negotiations

·         Assertiveness in business

·         Developing emotional intelligence and positive thinking

·         Developing organizational learning

All the workshops listed above are custom-tailored to the client's needs by incorporating events taken from the client's own experiences.

Steering Committees & Teams

Dortal-ID's steering committees & teams work on-site to assist an organization as it expands.  They are assessed both quantitatively and qualitatively, and work within a preexisting time-frame.  The steering committees & teams provides solutions for problems as they arise, and guides the implementation of those solutions.

Primary Goals

To improve the execution of an organization's work in real-time, with emphasis on the following values:

·         100% quality for the client.

·         Prioritizing the method and the process.

·         Teamwork, and work between teams.

·         Personal responsibility for actions and results.

·         Inclusive involvement.

·         Constant improvement.

Operative Goals

·         Raising efficiency to make the most of the organization's abilities.

·         Minimizing costs without sacrificing quality.

·         Improving teamwork.

Outdoor Training

Within the framework of coaching and advising, the Dortal-ID team also integrates outdoor training in various locations around Israel, that specialize in these activities.

Outdoor training removes the participants from their routine work lives and its habitual power relationships.  Participants build new relationships with their co-workers by accomplishing various tasks in this new setting.

Concurrently, participants analyze the outdoor training activities in organizational terms.  They uncover the implications for their work lives, and together reach new conclusions about themselves, their team, and their organization as a whole.

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Managerial Skills workshop exercise