Business and executive coach
I am a qualified teacher and adult educator, and have also studied economics and human management in connection with my work. I have a diploma in coaching from the Dr. Bodo Training & Coaching Institute.
After managing my own training and consultancy business for over 10 years, I switched to the world of multinational companies, where I acquired a decade of management experience. I have worked as a HR manager, led a sales force of several hundred people, and gathered experience in all aspects of management in administrative units. Currently I work as a manager at one of Hungary’s largest bank groups.
I know from first-hand experience that working in the business sector or as a multinational company’s manager involves a whole lot of stress. I’m also familiar with the challenges involved in managing small and large teams – the conflicts, mistakes and disappointments, and the resulting stress. I see how years of proving one’s mettle is often followed by burnout, and sometimes also by addiction.
Even the best and most skilled manager or businessman, and the most successful person is stalled sometimes, finding that they can’t overcome their issues alone. This is where coaching can be helpful.
Coaching is a relationship based on cooperation between two persons (the coach and the client) who are equals. They work to achieve jointly formulated goals during intensive and interactive sessions. The process and its duration are defined in agreement with the client. Two people learning, solving problems, and preparing for difficult, sometimes even life-changing decisions together. The coach is responsible for helping identify blockages and mobilising the resources required to overcome them. Coaching is not psychotherapy and not business consultancy, although it is related to both. A coach takes mental and emotional events into consideration during the problem-solving process, comprehensively managing relationship and organisational structures. Consequently, the client gains insights, deepens their knowledge, and develops their creativity. And more effective work results in a higher quality of life.
Coaching allows clients to resolve their stress and anxiety before addiction symptoms appear and the condition is aggravated. Also, coaching may help recovering addicts maintain their results after completing the recovery program itself.