Career Advice

The offer

With my extensive experience in the HR business I offer sustainable practical and solution-oriented career advice to my clients. Either as comprehensive advice in times of professional reorientation or as support to master specific difficult challenges in a current job portfolio. The range of this support comprises topics in different areas, such as (interim)credentials, leadership, internal/external training, remuneration, performance review, etc. It’s important for me that the client feels comfortable at all stages of the advice. Thus, my advisory approach considers personal needs as well as sensitivities of the client. The approach is based on professional expertise according to the motto: “from practice to practice” and the utmost discretion. This creates a climate of trust between the client and the advisor, an important precondition for successful career advice.

Sometimes I have the role of an advisor and sometimes I’m “only” a sparring partner in a conversation about a specific issue (e.g. the conduct of a difficult performance review). The client decides what kind of support he needs. Therefore, before the advisory process starts, the client and the advisor agree upon contents and methods of the advice. Thus, I’m keen to live my credo in the advisory business too: “It’s all about trust”.

I’m your competent contact person for outplacement services too. The focus is primarily on the following advisory modules: stabilization and creation of new motivation, assessment (profile of strength and weaknesses), target setting and planning of measures (e.g. to reduce educational deficits), application and employment, aftercare.

The concept, the methods

A comprehensive and easy to understand modular concept is the cornerstone of the advice. The modules can be used independently of each other during the coaching process, depending on the client’s need. The coaching concept is designed for different target groups, different employment types and different functions. The personal dialogue (round table coaching) has methodically priority. It’s the best and simplest way to get a real feeling for the counterpart, his needs, his capabilities and his emotions. Anyway, sensitive topics demand personal meetings and a confidential atmosphere. Simulations, tests and assessments complete the portfolio of methods. The client and the advisor decide together about the methods in the advisory process. Virtual (E)advise can be given if the client is not available for a personal meeting or for simulation purposes (e.g. video interviews, online tests) or the transfer of documents. I offer interesting pricing models (e.g. flat fees).


Eine Frage des Vertrauens
Its's all about trust