CleverMemo supports the natural way to develop new skills and establish new behaviors.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapists & mondern brain research show that time, enthusiasm and positive experiences are necessary to replace old patterns with new effective ones. The work between sessions is what transfers your coaching into sustainable results. It´s the time where clients translate their insights into action. The better your clients understand their own patterns the easier and faster they can change or replace them. We already integrated some tools into CleverMemo to help you get them started. There are tools for every phase in coaching, from goal-setting to follow-up. You can easily adjust CleverMemo to your personal coaching, mentoring or counseling style.
CleverMemo supports and structures your coaching and mentoring. It´s the most valuable addition to your regular coaching sessions and based on newest research in psychology, neuroscience, neurobiology and intervention. The awareness and mindfulness of your clients is constantly trained.
The “real time” coaching support between sessions helps client not to fall back in old patterns and keeps them on track. You monitor their progress toward agreed-upon commitments and you can directly help them finding alternative ways of managing problematic situations.
CleverMemo makes all of this easier than ever for you. The whole coaching process is automatically documented and planning the next steps is super effective.
CleverMemo gives your clients the opportunity to work location independent and intensive on their process.
Writing gives form to your clients ideas and gets them out their your head. It also hones their powers of observation and focus during the process.
Through writing them down immediately clients preserve memories, ideas and experiences that may otherwise be lost before the next session. Writing helps to describe feelings and emotions, as well to heal and process wounds and clearing them out. Writing has also been shown to help people communicate complex ideas and thoughts more effectively. Expressive writing has also been linked to improved mood, well-being, and reduced stress levels for those who do it regularly. A study with two groups has shown that people who write down goals and make a weekly progress report achieved their goals at a rate of 76%. Whereas the participants of the group who didn´t write anything down just achieved their goals at a rate of 36%.