Another year has come to an end, and it’s time to take a look back at the past twelve months. As a consultant and coach, I could accompany numerous people and organisations on their journey, support them and celebrate successes together. In this review, I would like to share some of the highlights that made this year special.

Individual Coaching

The need and demand for individual coaching increased significantly again last year. On the one hand, I interpret this as a sign that more and more companies and organisations are discovering coaching as an effective and efficient tool. On the other hand, it reflects the increasing complexity that employees and managers face and have to deal with. I am particularly pleased when the joint and professional reflection on the associated challenges leads to new options for action and perspectives, enabling entirely new approaches to solutions in practice and thus contributing to individual growth.

Training and Workshops

I particularly appreciate the diversity and variety of my work as a consultant and coach. Last year, I organised many training courses and workshops with different focuses and objectives. I would particularly like to highlight workshops focusing on improving and strengthening collaboration within an organisation (team, department or entire company). This process often starts by focusing on common goals and visions. When team members clearly understand the organisation’s common goals and can identify with the vision, collaboration is promoted on an everyday basis. Exercises and reflection in various settings help to sharpen this awareness and lead the group on a familiar path. I need to focus on the needs of the group. With this way of working, it is usually only possible to plan the direction in which a workshop will develop to a limited extent. For example, whether it is more about building trust or dealing with conflicts. It is always exciting to see how the dynamics develop during a workshop and what it ultimately takes to meet the expectations of the participants and the organisation.

With this in mind, I am already looking forward to what 2024 will bring. One thing is clear: the challenges will certainly not get any less. And there will be no shortage of opportunities to help people and organisations achieve their goals and realise their full potential.

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