Mardoche Sidor, MD. is an executive coach, who uses his knowledge in medicine, psychiatry, human psychology and human behavior to support other professionals to grow. He therefore uses a person-centered model adopting a comprehensive, holistic approach that encompasses the promotion of success through empowerment, using the SWEET 7 Fundamental Universal Human Needs. One of his passions is to help individuals and their families solve their problems, strive to identify their strengths, overcome their challenges, attain their fullest potentials and cultivate healthy relationships within an environment that is courteous, respectful and compassionate. Its core values are: empowerment; person-centered; and success. It also primes itself on being comprehensive and holistic; preventive-based and strength based. Its golden hallmark is dedication, compassion and caring.

The different points that outline the philosophy of his practice are: 

  1. The brain is our most complex organ.

  2. A challenge does not define anyone.

  3. Psychotherapy is only part of the solution and sometimes it barely is, especially if the main focus is on the past.

  4. Needs based interventions are important and sometimes key components of any improvement process.

  5. Proactivity is wiser and less cost-effective than reactivity.

  6. Each individual should be understood in his or her own context, background, environment and past experience.

  7. Each individual should be treated by the highest level of dignity and respect when meeting with an executive coach.

  8. Coaching should be done in the most efficient way possible, while providing a safe place for growth to take place.

  9. With the help of a professional who is an expert in human psychology, individuals should be provided the tools to move their life to the next level.

  10. Contrary to psychotherapy or psychiatric care, executive coaching is geared towards providing you with tools of empowerment, helping you discover and making use of your resourcefulness.

  11. Each individual is part of a system and an individual's coach should strive to understand and be in contact with each individual's system components with the individual's consent.

  12. People have busy lives and they should not have to spend much time in a waiting area before they can meet with their coaches.

  13. An essential component to self-improvement and success is through a healthy and safe and caring and professional relationship between individuals and their executive coaches.

  14. Because our past experiences can influence both our present and future, coaching may need to be geared towards individual's work on learning from their past but not on dwelling on it.

  15. Individuals have a degree of expertise in their life. They deserve a coach who listens to their perspectives and strives to always find a common ground and balance between individuals' perspectives and success principles.

  16. A collaborative and shared-decision based approach works best for each individual during executive coaching.

  17. Executive coaching should always be tailored to each individual and should never be a one size fit all.

  18. Individuals should be able to have direct relationships with their executive coaches as much as possible.

  19. Individualized time and attention should be provided to each and every person.