The menu of possibilities

"What is your life philosophy?" Matt Griggs asked me for the first time in 2019 as part of my development measure. After my Kelee meditation, I contemplated on it and suddenly had an image in my mind: that of a breakfast buffet. It had struck me that people fill their breakfast plates very [...]

By |2023-01-06T07:29:16+01:006. January 2023|

Just look at the trousers he is wearing…

"How do I want to be with myself and others?" is a question I regularly encourage my coachees to ask themselves. At the top of the list of answers is: calm. This is hardly surprising, given that my clients' nerves are frayed by their superiors, customers, delivery bottlenecks and, for the last almost [...]

By |2021-12-18T10:11:36+01:0018. December 2021|

The Star Authority

"What did you learn from corona?" is a question currently being asked by many HR experts on LinkedIn & Co. Always take away something positive, seems to be the motto for those working from home. I can easily keep up with that, although unlike for many coaches, for me the whole thing has [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:02:56+01:0018. September 2020|

Anything but good!

"Can you please also address the issue of resilience?" a customer recently asked me. My task was to reflect on the results of a 360° feedback process with managers of a large corporation. The CEO attached particular importance to the issue of resilience. One of these topics that descended upon us shortly after 'work-life [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:13:18+01:0011. March 2020|

My boss is a jerk – how do I get rid of him?

What do I do if the management behaves in a way that completely goes against our corporate values?" asked Stefan, a retail manager, during one of my recent seminars. He did not wait for an answer, but continued – "In seemingly never-ending meetings we talk about how we are to act in the [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:21:14+01:005. March 2020|

Latin lesson for leaders

"How can we improve our meeting culture?" – I am asked on a pretty regular basis. Meetings – nobody likes them. Everyone thinks there are too many of them. They rarely bring the desired results. Some meetings are even downright unpleasant. At the end of a coaching session a few weeks ago, Mr. O., [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:31:47+01:006. January 2020|

Call me Kaa and trust in me!

“Can you run 10 workshops for us by the end of the year on the topic of trust?” a technology group asked me last August. On the one hand, for an independent trainer like me, jobs as large as these are similar to winning the jackpot. On the other hand, fall is a very [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:34:36+01:0031. October 2019|

It’s just an ocean experience

“Do you also offer training sessions just for women?” – I get asked on a regular basis. No, I do not. It does not make any sense to me that women (apparently) lead differently than men or that different rules apply to their careers than to those of their male counterparts. Recently, however, [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:38:00+01:0015. September 2019|

Idiot on the rocks

“Ms. Keromosemito, how can I best prepare for an Assessment Center?” – this is a question I have repeatedly been asked and generally do not answer. On the one hand, because I am convinced that there is no point in preparing for them. On the other hand, because some companies do the weirdest [...]

By |2019-12-29T05:32:11+01:0025. March 2019|

I don’t have a ticket!

“Tell me, what do you do when someone starts crying?” Mr. B. recently asked during one of my seminars. He had asked his colleague to improve some aspects of a task that she had completed for him. As a result his colleague had raised her voice. He said that she had accused him [...]

By |2019-12-29T05:37:04+01:0020. March 2019|
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