Transformational Coaching, Career Coaching
“Connecting you to what’s possible NOW”
Hours of Coaching
Years of Coaching Experience
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German, English, French, Italian
Sabine has a background in HR and Leadership & Development. She worked for Siemens in Germany and Dubai before she started her career as a learning consultant and facilitator. She gained extensive experience in designing and delivering training classes for international corporations and providing 1:1 coaching. Sabine is currently working as Talent Management Manager for an international company in France as well as a coach and facilitator for KAHO and Cirrus Connected.
Sabine started her coaching education in 2014 and is continuously developing her coaching skills since then. She is a certified Career Coach and successfully completed the CTI Co-Actvie coach qualification in 2018. Currently following a training in transformative coaching, Sabine is developing her coaching strength: Connecting you with your highest purpose and potential so that you can move forward in your professional and personal life.
I enjoy sports, especially triathlon training, yoga and meditation, being with my family and reading.
“As a great listener, Sabine distills key questions and points for reflection, finding the right balance in her coaching to help one not only reflect on the past but always also develop a concrete way forward with ones own most pressing issues”
“I was surprised by the effectiveness of the sessions and admire Sabines ability to connect deeply even when coaching remotely. The strong presence and intuition that makes the difference in coaching was always very strong. I got to know Sabine as an engaged coaching professional who is able to listen when needed but also asks the right questions at the right time. What I especially liked were that the coaching not only led to personal insights but also real actions. I could ground myself and become more aware of myself in time of stress and disorientation. This led me to more energy and positive attitude”