My intention with my services is straightforward – I want my clients to have a better life and work experience than before they worked with me.

This means something different for each individual and company. I enjoy and thrive in this variety.

My goal is that my clients feel supported every step of their way. That requires me providing quality coaching, meeting facilitation, leading workshops, sharing resources, training material, training videos – all designed to bring about long-term success for you and your organization.

Even though my office is in Atlanta (Georgia), I work with clients all over the US and internationally.

A bit about my past and present

I grew up in East Germany. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, I moved to West Germany to attend college. In 1994, I received a BS degree in Business Management and Communication from the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz (Fachhochschule Mainz II). As a young child, I dreamed of living abroad. In 1995, I had an opportunity to work in Atlanta, Georgia. Five years of work experience in unfulfilling jobs was enough for me to decide to explore self-employment. I enrolled in a coach training program.

Basically, I have been in the personal and professional development industry for over 22 years. Over these years, I have learned a variety of coaching approaches, techniques, and tools. I started out with a life and business coaching certification with Coach University. Furthermore, I added an executive coaching certification and a Coaching Clinic Facilitation certification. In 2016, I immersed myself into Conversational Intelligence training and certification and in 2020 I adjoined Positive Intelligence training.

Additionally, I have participated in a variety of courses on diverse topics – from leadership development, emotional intelligence, emotional competence, neuroscience, advanced communication, personal growth, public presentation skills, mindfulness, happiness – you name it. I am an avid learner, not only for my growth and leadership development but also for learning new ideas and approaches that I can share with my clients.

In recent years, being immersed more in my spiritual growth, I attended several meditation retreats with Dr. Joe Dispenza and the S.N. Goenka (Vipassana) 10-day silent retreat.

And for my mental and physical growth, I took part in a Tough Mudder event, impromptu comedy acts, and in a TEDx performance at TEDx Alexander Park in February 2023. Just like my clients are unique and driven, I am always driven to be my best and expand my presence, well-being, and toolbox.

Most likely, in one of our first conversations, you will recognize my passion for dogs. I prefer to take care of working breeds as my own. Dogs have been contributing to the person I have become. Over the years, I’ve figured out a way to stimulate better performance in companies by engaging leaders in dog training conversations. Because the skills you need to train a dog are actually often similar to the skills you need to lead people in the workplace. Therefore, I include dog training, wisdom, and their partnership in my Dog-Gone Leadership program and through canine-assisted coaching. Dogs are my teachers about leadership, trust, connection, love, and life. In my spare time, you will also find me gardening, hiking, reading books, or training dogs.

Get in touch

If my programs and my introduction resonate with you, let’s have a conversation over the phone or on Zoom to explore your leadership or performance situation. Click here to access my online calendar and pick a time that works for you or call me at +1-404-441-5370.