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What could you gain form engaging in group coaching?

  (Photo by Mike Erskine on Unsplash) In the last years, I have had the pleasure to work with around a hundred different people in individual coaching sessions. It has been a pleasure and a privilege.  During the second half of the last year, a number of clients brought topics and growth opportunities to the … Read more

Lost in the fog? Starting 2021 with realigned values

Lost in the Fog? Little has been as planned last year. There are a few things that happened as planned though: I handed in my master’s dissertation on the topic of Transpersonal Coaching (I will explain what that means in one of my next blogposts) and will graduate with an MSc in Executive Coaching in … Read more

Values in business – Is a discussion worthwhile?

Values are at the heart of what we are. This applies to both individuals and companies. Values are not visible, but they are reflected in our attitudes, priorities, and behaviors and influence our daily decisions and actions. Much is said and written about values in business and leadership. But just as often it is a … Read more

3 mistakes people make when looking to build a purpose-driven career

This beautifully written article by Matt Valentine (published June 22nd 2018) highlights the traps of building a purpose-driven career! Originally published here ————————————————————————————————————- There is nothing more fulfilling than creating or doing something which comes from the very innermost level of your being. I’m not speaking in a spiritual sense, although this could certainly be … Read more

Are you ready for a 21st century career? Why most companies are not and how to take your fate into your own hands

Earlier this year ago, the leading consulting firm Deloitte published their 2018 Global Human Capital Trends on the topic of the rise of the social enterprise. ‘Social enterprise’ is shorthand for two tendencies. The first is the development of organizations away from hierarchical, stable systems to more flexible, organic and team-oriented structures. The second is … Read more

Non-Violent Communication, Marshall Rosenberg

I’ve first read Marshall Rosenberg’s book on Non-violent communication years ago in a time of personal crisis. It’s been a revelation and I’ve read it at least 3 times since. Every time I read it, I am amazed by the depth, the wisdom and the ease by which Marshall Rosenberg explains how we can communicate more … Read more

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