My roots lie in the beautiful outskirts of Germany’s Allgäu region, but my studies and various career opportunities brought me to the equally beautiful (but comfortably warmer) Kurpfalz region – more specifically, to Heidelberg. My time in Heidelberg has been interspersed with stays in Spain and Switzerland, where I was able to live, work, and perfect my intercultural communication skills.
My various positions have always somehow combined sales and foreign markets, providing me with extensive experience in and with 50 different cultures around the world. Before starting my business in 2006, I was primarily concerned with products and services in the food and confectionery sector.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that my focus has remained on interculturality and sales even after starting my own business. After completing a second degree at the University of Jena in intercultural training and coaching, everything finally came together: practice and theory; work experience and academic training; things experienced and things learned. This enables me to offer coaching, seminars, and training that are relevant to the everyday realities companies and their employees face.
My personal philosophy is that training should be fun! That’s the only way to achieve the kind of long-term motivation that leads to continual growth, both personally and within the company. This philosophy is mirrored in my trainings, which always actively involve people, cultures, and a healthy dose of fun!
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