A few lines
Why do I support people in structuring and organising their life and their work or their business in such a way that it is coherent for them (again)? So that they can develop their own abilities and potentials or make them blossom again, create space and time for the things that are close to their hearts?
Because I have experienced for myself what a difference it makes when I am able to put into practice, bit by bit, the themes, skills and things that are really important to me, and to enjoy them every day.
It is a great concern of mine to accompany you in creating a basis for your very personal life and, if necessary, company management with the help of individual organisation, structure and prioritisation in business and private life, which will carry you through even in bad times. So that you can then say, as Voltaire writes in my favourite quote:
Since it is very conducive to health,
I have decided to be happy.
French philosopher (18th century)
My further education
As soon as I was in primary school in 1965 and could read numbers and words, I was allowed to help out in my mother's tax office (and I felt this was a privilege). This went well until puberty, when I successfully fought my first labour battle for a higher hourly wage with her.
I also soon made up my own system to prepare my homework and exams efficiently. The reward was a good A-level grade without too much stress. It was certainly no coincidence that I chose organisational studies as my special subject during my studies in business administration.
When I had a real (creative) crisis in 1986 while writing my doctoral thesis in economic geography after gathering all the necessary facts, self-organisation helped me out again. The recipe I found was to divide it into doable packages: "I write 4 pages every day and when I'm done at noon, I have the rest of the day free (I usually went to a lake with a crime novel) and if it takes until midnight, I just keep at it." So after 2 months I had a work ready to hand in.
In my student job at the Bildungswerk der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, I learned how to support group processes through facilitation. Structuring a workload to achieve a goal was already my thing back then.
As an personnel and organisational development officer and later personnel officer for CKD manufacturing at BMW AG, I had the challenge of balancing everything, first with one and then with two children, living near Stuttgart and working in Munich.
In 2002 I helped to found and set up the office of Trigon Entwicklungsberatung in Munich. In addition to my work as an organisational consultant and coach, I took care of the Trigon office management for 15 years, so that I know many of the challenges of my clients from my own experience and leadership practice.