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 offers:

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. On February 8th and 19th we offer a free information meeting about the seminar program. 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. The next group will start on April 20th, 2015. more »

supervision for HR

In the setting of a supervision group we offer support for HR functions and their individual current challenges. The next group will start on March 9th, 2015. more »

newsletter question

false will


It is said that the largest part of the problem lies in the rejection of what is; not in what is. We have good reasons for not liking, what is. However, the attitude of rejecting reality is a reaction of the ego, an expression of our will. The deeper will, that of the true self, does not fight against something that can not be changed, but accepts the situation and considers flexibly the opportunities to lead to a better situation. It is a respectful, accepting, humble and at the same time realistic attitude that allows actions, wiser, more graceful actions. more »



There are some types of communication that lead to the receiver closing off the message. Even if s/he still seems to listen, his/her system battens down the hatches internally. In their book “Conversation Transformation” Ben E. Benjamin, Amy Yeager and Anita Simon name this types as noise in the communication channel and focus on the following 3 categories:

  • Ambiguity
  • vagueness
  • redundancies contradictory messages (double binds, such as “Yes, but …” or a contradiction between words and tone of voice or facial expressions).

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Every day we are extremely exposed to many stimuli on various sensory channels. The digital media lead us to be absorbed by their content. We learn more and more to divide our attention into 2 if not 3. We don´t feel ourselves fully any more. This basic noise level effects our encounters and we serve them with action and reaction, but deported them to a perception channel. We are there, but not present. Our meetings are sacrificed by this basic attitude to the sensory overload just as much as the advertising at the bus stop. For some, this state resembles a persistent vegetative state with speech capability, decorated with flowery phrases, sayings or pleasantries. If we are not present in the meeting, neither we nor the other can be touched. more »