If you want one year of happiness, grow grain.
If you want 10 years of happiness, grow trees.
If you want 100 years of happiness, grow people.
Creating relationships and guiding conversations at a level that leads to engagement for common objectives and to fulfillment and growth of personal and organizational potential.
Consulting Projects and Executive, Group and Team Coaching. Creating a culture leading to meaning and fulfillment at work, authentic leadership, continuous learning and progress. Facilitating readiness to change and innovation.
At midlife, born in the 60's and 70's, we can look back at an important inventory of life experience. Looking ahead, some of us wonder why this feeling of strength and power seems to dissipate into questioning what we are going to do with the second half of our life. In order to create our midlife and living our potential to the fullest, we need self-empowerment and to reconnect to ourselves. This enables us to tap into our inner wisdom and confidence, to discover our passions and to connect with people who inspire and energize us.
For most of us, being employed or being entrepreneur means securing our income for making a living. When we feel threatened in some way in our ability to maintain or bring forward our employability, frustration, anxiety or even panic undermines our confidence and cuts us off from a fulfilling and productive professional life. The key factor for future-proof employability is to find and pursue our personal mission with passion, and to draw upon resilience while developing the right skill- and mindset. Loving our purpose of work is the intrinsic motivation for becoming masterful at lifelong learning, leadership and management as the ingredients for joy, success and well-being.
What kind of organization makes employees and leaders happy to contribute to? Is your organization one where it’s people form a unit to reach out to collegues, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders in mutually beneficial relationships that create value, sustainable organizational performance and growth? The components of organizational well-being are a thriving culture, an engaged workforce experiencing meaning and fulfillment at work, authentic leadership, continuous learning and progress.