Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan.

Tom Landry (1924-2000),  US-american football player and coach

Very often you know exactly what you want to achieve or who you want to be. But you don’t dare to take the first step in that direction because it very often involves big changes, you don’t know the path to get there, or because you simply don’t think you can get there anyway.

You want to make a change professionally?
You want to give your career a new momentum?
You want to expand your leadership skills?
You want to get more clarity about your strengths?
You are facing a big challenge and don’t know how to tackle it?
You have the feeling that you need to change something fundamental in your life?
You want to improve your life balance?

I have more than 25 years of experience in leading and coaching people. I deliberately say people and not employees. Because every employee is an individual person with an individual character, individual goals, individual desires and also individual challenges, conflicts and problems.

I was able to gain my coaching experience in many different areas. As an entrepreneur, as a management consultant and as a manager in different companies with teams of up to three hundred people in an international and multicultural environment. In doing so, I got used to many facets and challenges of classic employee management. But I have also very often been confronted with people’s personal challenges and then I have been much more a personal coach than just a supervisor.

In addition, I know very well today how difficult it can be to balance professional and private life and not to lose sight of your own personal goals. I am firmly convinced that long-term professional success is only possible if also your private life runs smoothly, you are at peace with yourself and ultimately do what you really want to do. To achieve this, you sometimes might have to make decisions with huge consequences and possibly turn your life upside down. You have to learn to cope with setbacks and deal with them in a positive way, so that you can set new goals for yourself and look ahead with optimism.

Based on my own experience and a professional coaching education, I would like to work together with you in an individual coaching to find the right path to achieve your personal goals.

International Coaching Federation ICF
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