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Executive Coaching

My coachings are about the individual needs of the clients. About their unconscious choices, assumptions, beliefs and behaviors. By becoming aware of them, the clients gain awareness and will be able to see themselves and others in a new ways. The coachings will help the coachees to consciously decide what authentic behaviors to choose in order to strengthen their committment and ultimately reach their personal and professional goals.

Another important part of the coaching process is how to deal with the expectations that bosses, peers, employees, the public, other stakeholders and their families have of the clients.

In the end, it is all about recognizing their own strengths and development needs. And then, work on them by enhancing the willingness to change, the emotinal intelligence and the ability to deliver results. While living the values that make them who they are.

I see myself as someone who asks the right questions and listens to what is said and not said. As well as a mentor who acts with empathy and candor and who does not shy away from giving advice when it is wanted.


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  • The higher you go the more acting you will see

    Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 3 and 4, 2012

    Talking with: Ulrich Jordan, former Chief Human Resources Officer, Targobank

    The hiring managers are often ill prepared to select candidates, says Ulrich Jordan. A candidate's tie then may decide whether he will get hired. And in the end a clone will get selected.

  • THE HR IMPACT ANALYSIS

    Human Resources Manager, August / September 2012

    The HR function has struggled to gain more influence within the company for as long as we can remember. With our model, we will show how this can be improved – from the strategy discussion to the organizational development of the HR function.

  • When the boss asks to speak to you

    Handelsblatt December 28, 2011

    ...It is the time of the year now that managers – with a friendly reminder from their HR departments - are meeting with their employees. One on one they want to review the performance and results of the last twelve months and agree on goals for the future...

  • Hiring interviews: not always conducted well

    Ulrike Heitze, karriere.de/Handelsblatt February 2, 2012

    Consultant Ulrich Jordan says that many HR managers are not very well trained and not very effective in conducting hiring interviews. In this interview he explains what that means for the candidates.