“One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching”.

(Gerard Way)

Each person and hence each team member has his/her unique story, history and experience, including baggage. This is why perceptions differ and why internal and external pressures cause conflicts to arise in all lives, in all relationships, and therefore in all organizations. A good coach helps identify differences in personality and work styles and helps improve and stay focused on the company's overall objectives.

Having a coach is a sign of self-awareness and strength, not weakness. A good coach is an active listener, a pattern-spotter. S/he helps decide what the individual wants to do, without professional or personal biases.


“Everyone else in your life has some personal or professional bias—having a coach is the only unbiased sounding board you can have.”

(Romain David)

For Board of Directors, Management, and Start-ups (Individuals and Teams) 

  • Sustainable (self-) leadership coaching to increase focus and energy
  • Personality-based assessment
  • Successful change management
  • Smart stress management
  • Bouncing back and return even stronger after a setback or life-changing incident
  • Shadowing (have one of us accompany you as your 'shadow' to meetings and events and receive feedback on your professional conduct)
  • Improved dealing with high degree of pressure and uncertainty
  • Increased (self-)awareness
  • Prevention and/or overcoming of reason no. 3 for start-up failure: team issues

Additional Aspects for Female Leaders

  • Increased confidence
  • Taping potential to thrive (not just survive) in business
  • Leadership; Glass Ceiling; Glass Cliff

Presentations and Keynote Speeches on a Range of Topics

  • Human Factor in Business
  • Impact of Change on People, Leadership and Performance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Women in Business
  • Influence of Birth Order in/on Business
  • Building Resilience
  • Conflict Prevention / Reduction


  • Create effective high-performance teams
  • Practice and improve self-leadership to tap the full potential and stay successful in turbulent times and under pressure, which also leads to better leadership of others
  • Thrive despite of limited resources
  • Release blockages and overcome emotional inference, which are common but lock-up precious energy
  • If will and commitment are present, coaching always work

“Acknowledging you have areas to work on is not an admission of failure; it is an admission that you have even more potential.”