This coaching gets you on a journey to your subconscious core, to discover and weaken your fears and blockages. You will get insights in how to find powerful resources that influence your life in a positive way and enable you to achieve your most ambitious goals.
You will get concrete insight into one of your strongest positive and negative beliefs and you will be empowered to take a conscious decision for new behaviors and attitudes.
The methodology is value-oriented and connects coachees to existing resources and trains new skills to enable them to live up to their full potential.
Ulrike's methodologies are systemic, value-oriented and 5-dimensional and are used in both professional and private contexts. In the business and management area, the focus is primarily on topics such as success, conflict management, leadership competencies, and creativity, while the coaching of private individuals usually focusses on topics such as partnership, self-confidence and self-awareness.
Ulrike is a certified member of the International Association of Coaching Institutes (ICI). She is a systemic coach using the St. Galler Coaching Model (SCM)®, which understands coaching as an assistance for lasting development and expansion of human values and goals.
Author of the book 'SHINE - Step out of your shadow, Ulrike is combining her experience as a C-level executive with certified Swiss coaching and training methodologies to bring your potential to another level. She has developed effective face-to-face and online programs to enable people to step out of their shadow and to live fulfilled and truly happy lives. Ulrike believes in the unique power of authenticity and shows you paths so that your life can unfold in an incredibly positive way!
The effectiveness of SCM coaching is demonstrably above 90%. It has been developed 15 years ago by the Coaching Academy Switzerland and is one of the rare coaching trainings that is ISO certified. The methodology and sustainability of the St. Galler Coaching Modell (SCM)® was evaluated in scientific efficacy studies performed in 2011, 2014 and 2017.