Where reflection becomes an encounter with the self


Target audience

Entrepreneurs, board members, managing directors and executives, leaders, managers and junior staff, project managers, specialists and private individuals are increasingly recognising the benefits of coaching.

Internal and external consultants, trainers, personnel and organisation specialists and HR experts also use coaching to support their work.

More and more coaching and mentoring services are being developed in companies and organisations.

Coaching Understanding

For us, coaching is a continuous, time-limited and partnership-based accompaniment and support of individuals, groups and teams in their work at the interface between person and professional role as well as at the interface between personal and factual topics. The coachees themselves are responsible for their development and learning throughout the process.

Coaching is not a therapy or specialist advice and not a substitute for leadership work.

Typical examples of an introduction to coaching include

  • First time assumption of a management task: „…so far I have not managed any personnel“
  • „I can’t deal with this person.“
  • Responsibility for a large, international development project: „…we have to do this project in a very professional way“

Typical example of an entrepreneur coaching (individual coaching)

Once a month the entrepreneur and his coach meet for half a day in the company (or consciously outside) and discuss current and strategic topics. Projects, events, trade fairs, meetings and special customer visits are also worked through.

  • Individual coaching, team coaching
  • Advisory board, supervisory board, administrative board activity, entrepreneur consultation
  • Sparring partner
  • Innovation advisory board

„We must say what we think,
We have to do what we say.
and must be what we do.“

Alfred Herrhausen