‘Countless studies have shown that the number of women in management positions in Germany is only rising slowly.’
Despite public discussions, the number of women in management positions in many branches of business is only growing slowly. Even in industries, such as the fashion industry, whose main target are women, women are underrepresented in leadership roles. I have encountered this over the course of my many years as a business leader, during my work with professional associations as well as with customers in the healthcare industry.
The reasons for this are manifold and vary from a lack of equal opportunity, to societal criticism of women who want to combine family life with a career, a lack of self-marketing skills and self-confidence, as well as the conscious decision to set other priorities.
As a coach I want to motivate you to take your career into your own hands as well as support companies to strengthen and develop their female talents.
Sympathy, empathy and trust make up the foundation of any successful coaching session. I help you identify the areas where you would like to improve, developing your potential, setting goals as well as follow up with regular meetings to assess the progress you are making.
During an initial telephone conversation, we address any open questions, expectations you might have, formalities and whether we feel we can work together constructively.
The number of appointments varies depending on individual needs and goals. In addition to face to coaching, sessions over the phone are also possible.
I offer individual coaching sessions and group workshops to companies that want to develop their managers and high-potential employees. I help you offer your managers the necessary support and maximize and develop the hidden potential of female management in particular. My coaching is geared toward quickly increasing productivity, assessing leadership behavior, improving management competence and leadership coaching for up and coming managers.
Furthermore, I am happy to support you with making the necessary changes to your business culture to foster more diversity, setting the necessary goals, and breaking up existing structures as well as setting new guidelines.