Our sailing boat “Quintessens”: the fifth element – the essential – the core of the matter
You want to get settled in your new role and to position yourself?
You recognize your challenges and want to proactively address them, develop your potential and take the right steps?
You have taken new knowledge and impulses from a training and want to integrate them into your daily practice?
You are looking for new career steps or want to implement your ideas and vision for your (professional) life?
You experience barriers in your life and want to get clarity around them and know how you can handle them?
You would like to formulate your ideas in concrete goals and tackle them effectively with the inner attitude that fits you?
Then coaching is a good method for you. Coaching is support by constructive feedback, a goal-oriented approach, sincere reflection of behavioural and thought patterns, empowerment to discover new perspectives and ways. As a coach I am a sparring partner, a companion and a motivator for positive and future-oriented changes. I accompany professionals, assistants as well as managers, with their development/change quests. These can be issues they encounter in their professional roles, or personal(ity) issues they wish to explore. Often these things go hand in hand. I see myself as an “instrument” for my coaching clients, with whom they can experience, discover, learn, grow and transform themselves. And … however good we are … there’s always more to discover and optimize: Let’s find the quintessens for and in ourselves.
Manner, place, duration and costs
- Coaching sessions take place in a personal meeting, by telephone or via Skype. I coach clients all over the world. Coaching by means of modern communication tools was part of my education.
- A coaching session lasts 60 to 90 minutes. This will be attuned to individual wishes and needs.
- I work with two pricing models: for companies and for private clients. The fee will be discussed during the preliminary session.
I’m a member of ICF, International Coach Federation, and work according to the ICF Code of Ethics and ICF Core Competencies.