In addition to my work as a legal counsel, I trained to become a coach. After completing a general ‘Coaching as a profession’ training, I also qualified as a systemic coach and offer systemic coaching for teams and organisations.
Illness, Loss and Grief
In addition, I have been trained in how to manage illness, loss and grief. I also use the TalentCompass to gain insight into how a person can get their life or job, best back on track.
This is why I use of several methods, techniques and lines of approach in helping others. Coaching people is very much anchored in my DNA!
My interest in the coaching profession is partly motivated by the traumatic situation my husband and I were confronted with at the age of 34, as described in my the book ‘Alles Mens‘. (see above).
Others have since reached out to me for support in a similar, profound situation – a seriously ill partner or loved one. As someone who has gone through the same, I fully understand what the person must be experiencing.
I support them through these profound, personal processes in their lives that often also affect their career. The other way around, people may come to me with a work-related issue and we end up examining personal, underlying topics. I do all this as a mentor, sparring partner or coach – whatever you would like to call it – for professionals working in local or international business. At their own request or in consultation with their employer.