Coach: Claudia Hettinga
When you are in your twenties or thirties, you will often be asked a number of questions. You've already started your first or second job and you're thinking: is this it? How do I keep a balance between my career and my private life? What makes me happy? When you’re in your twenties and thirties and you’ve completed a study and started working, you enter a new phase in which you will encounter questions that can cause stress and restlessness.
I'd be happy to support you as a coach in your search for answers. I’d love to work with you to arrive at a clear formulation of the questions, so that you can see for yourself how you want to proceed and what steps you want to take to achieve this. I am an enthusiastic and committed coach and I like to get to the point quickly. I combine knowledge with experience, empathy with objectivity and seriousness with putting things into perspective. I use a range of coaching techniques to get to work in the most appropriate way for you.
- ST!R registered and accredited coach LVSC
- Post-Bachelor Coaching
- Appreciative inquiry
- Organisational Science and Management (Lund University)
- Orthopedagogy and education (VU)
Het Coachhuis Amsterdam
Van Eeghenlaan 27
1071 EN Amsterdam
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