Yes, you can consciously shape your future
Change is the constant of the world. It always has been. In doing so, one sometimes finds oneself at forks in the road that require very personal and fundamental decisions. For themselves and often for others. It’s good to know someone at your side who can give you advice and support.
Due to their special responsibility, entrepreneurs and executives in particular are challenged more than ever to not only find meaning for themselves, but also to create sustainable value and make forward-looking decisions for themselves and others.
I support you to pave the way to your entrepreneurial and personal success – with empathy, pragmatism and all my expertise. Sometimes as an attentive listener, sometimes as a demanding sparring partner, sometimes as a cautious advisor – and always with one goal in mind: your success. I look forward to seeing you!
Yours, Christoph Kopp.
For people at the top
People at the top of organizations and companies often shoulder unpopular measures, many risks and an exhausting workload.
As an executive coach, I serve as a sparring partner for you to reflect on your own actions and decisions in an absolutely discreet and trusting setting.
For people in management responsibility
Managers balance a variety of tasks. In doing so, they are often exposed to a field of tension between superiors, employees and sometimes a watchful public.
As a business coach, I help you develop the skills to steer your business and manage change.
For people in transition
Every change offers the opportunity to reinvent oneself. Finally doing the things that fill you with joy. In which you are really good and appreciated.
As a career coach, I help to realize your personal strategy for a successful market positioning.
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