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cornelia weber-fürst

cornelia weber-fürst

what i stand for:

To me, the combination of clarity, recognition and responsibility constitutes the fundamental basis for establishing relationships as well as for leading and guiding employees.

cornelia weber-fürst

coaching – training – consulting

Munich, Germany and globally

current offer:

leader charisma

Personality development for experienced leaders and managers.

A seminar program that challenges the ego and rewards with charisma.

We are going to start the next program with the first training on April 22 – 24, 2015. The further dates will take place in 2015. more »

supervision for coaches

A one of currently only 9 MCCs, Master Certified Coaches (highest degree of certification by ICF, International Coach Federation) in Germany I offer experience of more than 3.500 coaching hours for supporting coaching cases, for applying methods and for personal issues of the coach in the setting of a supervision group. more »

supervision for HR

In the setting of a supervision group we offer support for HR functions and their individual current challenges. more »

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efforting – reward

Monday January 12th, 2015
Are you one of those people who control themselves with the efforting-reward principle, i.e. making an effort and hoping life will reward you for it? This Calvinistic approach to life is just a structure. The efforting-reward principle is by no means the only way to live your life. Besides the obvious advantages of performance, this principle also includes a suppression or superposition of the original drives like the joy or the interest to do something. Everything becomes a necessity and a duty and the enjoyment of live gets a pre-condition. Another side effect can be a permanent efforting and action drive that makes restless and prevents the being quality of life. In addition, mostly is more »

simple or complex

Saturday December 13th, 2014

simple or complex

We all have our particular level on the scale between “simple” and “complex”. We have a level for factual decisions and disputes, another for interpersonal issues, another for personal issues, and another one for reflections. When we experience something non-matching with our level, we label it quickly with “too simple” or “too complicated” and so happily ignore reality. Some issues are actually more complex than we would like them to be. And some solutions can be actually more simple than we would want them to be. Why do we try to ignore this differentiation? more »

restraint

Saturday November 15th, 2014

Are you one of those people who hold back? Many consider restraint as a positive trait or attitude. Why is that? Usually this idea comes from childhood and youth, as we heard in unpleasant situations “You better had hold yourself back.” Labeled as a value we use restraint as an excuse for conditions such as lethargy, apathy, ignorance or uncertainty and fear of unpleasant reactions. Restraint helps us to stay in our emotional comfort zone. Of course restraint may sometimes be clever, but not always. Restraint has its price. more »