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and what co-active coaching has to do with it…

Looking back at numerous years of me being a woman in Leadership, Management, Healthcare & Tech I am confident to say, that I have come a long way *yeaaah* – in terms of trusting myself, believing in myself – in my expertise, my experience, my skills and my capabilities – and in terms of knowing what I am capable of when I have to do “it” 🫤 and what I am capable of when I love to do “it” 😍. Based on this self-awareness, there is a room full of new possibilities opening up, each and every day & the choices I am able to make are more conscious (i.e. coming from the heart and being in line with the head) and thus leading to a more fulfilling life than ever before.

Women & Empowerment

This being said, I have to admit that I thought the statement “I have come a long way” to be true for many women, in this day & age.

More often than I would like, I realize though that this is not the case.

Many women are still struggling with self-doubt, putting lots of pressure on themselves and expecting too much of themselves, ending up with feelings of not being enough – not experienced enough, not trained enough, not well connected enough, not smart enough, not good enough, not [… *)] enough

*you name it

and what co-active coaching has to do with it…

In co-active coaching the focus is not on fixing something – neither a person nor a problem. As Karen Kimsey-House et al. - the authors of the book “Co-Active Coaching – 4th edition The proven framework for transformative conversations at work and in life” - put in writing, in simple and truthful words… further details together with my own insights to be found in my “NM:MN co-active coaching & its uniqueness” (url einfügen).

Co-active coaching focusses rather on effectively empowering people to find their own answers and to encourage and support them on their paths as they continue to make important choices.

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I'll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about. What you seek, is seeking you.” - RUMI

In my professional life & career I had and have various possibilities to use my coaching skills – be it as a leader as well as a manager in healthcare & tech, be it as an expert in innovation & entrepreneurship, a speaker or a panelist, a mentor or a coach or be it during transformative conversations.

You know what is most rewarding?

When I am able to use them for women & their empowerment, i.e. when people – mostly women – approach me, asking something like: “How do/did you do it – being a woman?” Ultimately followed by a statement like: “But I am not […] enough for this challenge / career step / project / …” or a question pointing in a similar direction like: “For sure? I do not have to to be [… *)] in order to apply for this job / position as a leader / …?”

*) smarter, more experienced, better trained, … [you name it]

& when the subsequent exchange, the dialogue between ME & YOU, the ensuing transformative conversation, then allows me to inspire as well as to encourage, to empower and to enable these people (mainly women) to follow their path, to do it their way and to “go for it.

Then, YES – this is the moment which is truly rewarding indeed.

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So, let me ask you:

Which answers are you struggling with?

hihihi… yes, I know… you would normally ask “ which questions are you struggling with?” but isn’t it true, that we struggle with the answers as well – from time to time… especially if our gut tells us something which our head starts to reason with & we end up with an inner conflict of “whom” (which inner voice) to trust & to follow …

Me & my co-active coaching skills are here for you ✨

… to solve this inner conflict, to encourage, enable & empower you and to ultimately support you on your path towards new possibilities, making important choices.

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