Executive coaching – your potential
Are you true to yourself and your potential, or are you blocking the way for yourself?
The prerequisite for getting the greatest benefit from coaching sessions are your willingness to change, the courage to be honest, and the trust between us. And if the courage is slow in coming – we’ll start there.
Courage is not the absence of fear, but a victory over fear – to do something even though you are afraid. Taking a chance, standing up for what you believe in, or simply doing the right thing – they are all kinds of courage.
I don´t believe in standard programs with forced and committed action plans. We have plenty of these already. It just creates meaninglessness and stress. Instead, you will shape your own leadership compass by identifying your purpose, the results you need, your belonging, and what unique strengths and potentials you will allow to unfold.
With me, you will embark on a journey where you find the solutions yourself as a result of gaining greater knowledge about yourself and your strengths. You will see opportunities that you could not see before. You will gain perspective and an overview. You will be able to use your resources optimally. This gives energy, freedom, and ultimately a stronger force.
Your career – your life
Is your career on the right course, or is it time to change direction? Many of us may need external sparring to clarify this.
In a carrier counseling process, you will become aware of your strengths and development areas, and the way forward in your career path.
We begin the process by mapping out your career profile, supported if relevant with your assessments and development tools, such as 360-degree feedback, DISC, MBTI, FIRO-B, or Hogan.
You will gain insight into your personal preferences, strengths, and areas of potential. Is there a right balance between your career motives and career direction? Or should you try out new opportunities that will motivate you to a greater extent?
Typical themes in a career counseling course:
- Mapping out career profile
- Clarifying the past – your career history, relationships, situations and choices
- Uncovering forces, development areas, and possible paths to follow
- Increased insight into one’s own personality
- Impact and professional roles
- Gender and career
- Realizing new areas of potential and the way forward
Existential Therapy – the art of living
Perhaps you want to understand your thoughts, feelings, and actions better so that you can change your patterns and brighten up your life. Working therapeutically at the existential level means that you take responsibility for “coming home” to yourself. And everybody can do that, if they want to. It requires thoughtfulness, will, and courage – and support.
I work from an existential and humanistic frame of understanding. That is, I work with human resources, potentials and the perspective of taking life as a gift – and an obligation.
It is my experience that truth, intelligence, and wisdom exist in the combination of rationality and compassion, reason and intuition – in short, the mind and the intelligence of the heart.