Book: Reflections

Reflections - bringing attention to your daily life by Désirée Steinmann

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Leadership Coaching

Are you already in a leadership position or do you want to prepare for the next career step and build or improve your capabilities as a leader? Are you looking for a “sparing partner” outside of your company with whom you can openly and honestly reflect and obtain an “outsiders view”?

Emotional Intelligence

  • Self awareness – consciously become self aware and understand your impact upon others
  • Self control – manage your energy, drivers and resources
  • Self motivation – the ability find or create enthusiasm within yourself
  • Empathy – the ability to understand the emotions of other people and react appropriately to them
  • Social competency – the ability to develop contacts and build lasting relationships, as well as maintain your network

Time and Self Management

  • Setting priorities
  • Being pro-active instead of re-active
  • Stress management (instead of burn out)
  • Effectiveness and efficiency

Team Development

  • Teambuilding
  • Identifying the individual strengths for the group and highlighting them
  • Creating understanding, team work, and trust (everyone “singing the same tune”)


  • Body language – non verbal communication
  • Proactive listening skills
  • Clear, direct and character relevant communication
  • Leading constructive and solution oriented discussions
  • Mastering difficult discussions professionally

Leader as Coach

  • Encourage ownership and independence instead of having to direct
  • The process is as important as the result
  • Supporting instead of controlling
  • Reflecting and asking questions instead of criticizing and judging
  • Encouraging trust and interest instead of competition and mistrust

Personal leadership style

  • developing and understanding your own leadership style
  • Being able to adjust your leadership competencies to situations and employees
  • Understanding the direct and indirect consequences of your leadership style