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This is a space for keeping in touch with friends and colleagues who would like to be in the loop on how my new life is evolving. When I announced back in November 2019 that I was quitting my corporate job to go on an adventure, I was overwhelmed by the many encouraging replies, the curious questions and the kudos I received. This also made it seem like I was off to a journey that many more people would like to embark on but feel that they can’t.
I hope that by sharing some of my story, my thoughts and experiences here that I can inspire you to ask questions, to make one confident step at a time and to wonder what comes next. We all have to find our own paths but there are many of us, so let’s do this together.
I took some time off between November and February and then in March 2020, I started working as a self-employed facilitator, coach and change catalyst. I now earn my living with doing some of the things I like best: inspiring others, enabling mindset shifts and introducing new ways of working. I can’t begin to tell you how liberating this feels. Of course there are intense days, of course it’s not easy but I didn’t want “easy” – I wanted “fulfilled” and “whole” and this is certainly what I got. 🙂
You can find an archive here that will help you to trace back the story.
A short remark about language: I write in English or German because some stories simply want to be written in a particular language. Usually experiences I have had in English tend to be written in English and stories I want to make available to a broader audience, too. All else is German which is my mother tongue.
About how gaps occur and potent ingredients to close them The central role of habits and unspoken agreements As Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless describe in their book “The surprising power of Liberating Structures”, culture is the sum of all the behaviours of everybody in an organisation or community. It is “the way we do […]
Have you ever noticed a “culture gap”? This was my working title for how what it feels like if what you experience in a company as an employee does not quite fit to what’s written on the corporate website. I was intrigued if this phenomenon is really a thing and if so, how it comes about and how to deal with it from an organisational perspective. Seasoned organisational development proferssional and like-minded spirit Claudia Salowski helped me to look into the topic in a series of articles, starting here.
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