The phrase "people are the same everywhere" can quickly lead to complications when working in or leading international and intercultural teams. There are many pitfalls in the form of different expectations, different understandings of time or hierarchies, communication mistakes or even different ways of dealing with conflicts, etc.
Most leaders approach me with the following issues related to international cooperation:
The concerns of the experts that we most often discuss and work on in the coaching sessions are, for example:
During the free initial meeting we will assess whether we are a good fit and can work together. You should have a coach with whom you feel comfortable and who can support and challenge you. The conversation lasts about 30 minutes.
If everything fits, we will tackle it together. After the agreement is signed, we plan the organisational aspects such as form (online, in person), location (on-site at your company, in neutral premises), initial frequency (weekly, 2x per month), etc.
At the beginning we talk about your goals and start the coaching process. We regularly glance in the rear-view mirror and check whether the transfer to professional and/or private life is working. This is how we ensure the longevity and sustainability of the change.
Coaching is a process. As a coach, I accompany you through this process so that you can develop your own solutions. Together we analyse your individual challenge and focus on your
What you need to bring with you, besides your own competence, is the readiness and the will to change.
As a coach, I create a protected environment and a safe framework for you.
As a general rule, the content we discuss remains between us. We talk about this in detail and openly at the beginning of the coaching process.