We join leaders through simple practical and soulful practices. We believe that leadership starts with self-leadership and that leaders are more and more open to think about building inner capacity in order to perform better in the outer game.
We join organisations to find practical but sustainable ways to create good habits of mindfulness and soulfulness. This includes guided walking reflections & facilitated stillness through coaching and team sessions.
We join individuals and groups for collaborative coaching processes. We use different tools and ideas (experiencial as well) to enhance self-awareness in order to enhance better selfmanagement skills.
My therapeutic approach with individuals and couples is holistic with anchors in narrative therapy as well as pastoral psychology. I believe that the therapeutic process should view life from the perspective of meaning, clinical realities, cognitions (thinking) spirituality, emotions and balance – it is healthy not to separate these.
We believe that it is healthy to purposefully stop every now and then – it builds capacity, self-esteem and energy and reconnects you to your source. We create space for this through day retreats, with guided reflections, walking and facilitated times of stillness from the perspective of contemplative Christian spirituality – with a healthy balance between contemplation but also action and response!
I integrate spirituality into my work with respect towards the meaning system of the individual or organisation. I believe that we make sense from at least 3 perspectives – cognitive (intellectual intelligence / IQ), emotive (emotional intelligence) and meaning (spiritual intelligence). Part of this is taking practices of meditation, breathing & body care seriously by continuously asking:
‘What am I part of’ PURPOSE
‘Who am I?’ IDENTITY
‘What is my responsibility and contribution?’ IMPACT