Business Coaching

Employ­ees are the biggest resource to any estab­lish­ment. They pro­vide the heart and soul to any com­pa­ny cul­ture.


How­ev­er, when the com­pat­i­bil­i­ty of work and fam­i­ly is endan­gered, many employ­ees, espe­cial­ly women, are either forced to restruc­ture, or aban­don work com­mit­ments. Con­se­quen­tial­ly, a lack of pres­ence of women in the work force, and specif­i­cal­ly in man­age­r­i­al posi­tions, is prov­ing to be a mas­sive social and socio-eco­nom­i­cal chal­lenge.

Chal­lenge and chance at once: Here­in lies an oppor­tu­ni­ty for com­pa­nies to eval­u­ate and rein­vent with flex­i­ble employ­ment con­stel­la­tions and var­i­ous pro­grams to strength­en ties to employ­ees, while simul­ta­ne­ous­ly height­en­ing out­put and employ­er appeal. In times of skill short­age this can be of clear com­peti­tor advan­tage and will have direct influ­ence on the pros­per­i­ty of your com­pa­ny.

My ser­vices sup­port the devel­op­ment of long-term strate­gies and con­cepts to accom­pa­ny your employ­ees through­out their per­son­al changes, with­out hav­ing to com­pro­mise the work out­put deliv­ered to you.

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Addi­tion­al­ly, I pro­vide sup­port to employ­ees who are think­ing about fam­i­ly plan­ning and would like to inte­grate this into their career path before­hand. The future of work is based on agili­ty between path­ways, goals, projects, and indi­vid­ual needs. It is essen­tial to remain true to your­self in order to ensure per­son­al ful­fil­ment and long-term loy­al­ty to any com­pa­ny.

In our coach­ing ses­sions I will, through a series of tar­get­ed ques­tions, lead you to new spaces for thought, con­tribute impuls­es result­ing in new per­spec­tives or actions and guide you to self-effec­tive­ness.
Through this, you will derive an idea of what is of spe­cif­ic val­ue for your life and your pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment. Once we have defined and rein­forced your poten­tial, you will leave armed with a strat­e­gy to turn your goals into real­i­ty.

Some of the themes I cov­er:

  • How do I plan my mater­ni­ty leave?
  • How, and with which con­cept do I return post-leave?
  • How do I best bal­ance the dou­ble load of respon­si­bil­i­ty?
  • Which val­ues are at the core of my per­son­al devel­op­ment path?
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