to shift for you
to live a more
Fractals fascinate me; endlessly repeating themselves in spirals, like a sacred code to growth of all life, such as this Mandelbrot fractal image, made with FRAX.
Coaching happens in the present – whatever is present for you. Coaching is a journey, an exploration, and your discovery of multiple relationships with yourself and others.
I coach individuals (1:1), and organization- and relationship systems at work and in private.
Are you a highly sensitive person committed to grow past limiting beliefs about yourself, and step into your power? Perhaps you are unsure about where to go next, or which action to take in life or work to live a more fulfilling life? Through experiential exploring what no longer works for you, we investigate your topics through your relationship with them, transcend what no longer serve you & strengthen more of what does work. Everything is about our being in relationship with `IT´. Relationship with yourself, your people, your work, your evolution, energies of money, spirit – you name it! If you are ready to commit to exploring and cross some edges, I am ready to hold space, and stand for you! Book a free conversation with me to find out more.
Our roles: You bring your whole self. I hold the space, listen deeply, ask open questions & attune coaching tools & skills to your topic. In an experiential way, the relationship between who you think you are, and who you really are, will (gradually) reveal itself to itself. We commit to your unfolding together; sometimes with resistance, sometimes in revelation, sometimes as a surprise; as edges are being crossed, and transformation starts to happen.
And it does happen – every time!
Perfect if you like short (30-min) slightly intense, frequent intervals, and have a goal to reach within three months, or a change to make asap.
As you well gather from this site, I am above average fascinated by relationship systems. So, I gravitate towards systems oriented people. Dr. Louis Klein is especially systems-steeped from multiple fields and outputs. Luckily for me he said yes to an interview, and I got to meet a true systems native, and ask him (messy) system questions. I love how this turned out; rich and generous answers that needs sharing. What would the world be like if we all had skills to act as a pod, like schools of fish, or flocks of birds? Creatures in the sea or the sky aside, this recent interview was just featured in Action Research Plus August newsletter. Louis Klein unpacks how systems thinking is crucial in our times of complexity, rapid change, and what love has got to do with it. Read more here and download the PDF.