With over 20 years of experience in leadership positions, Natascha empowers women who have significant responsibilities by using the American Transformational Coachings Method. Often these women wrestle with asking for what they want, not feeling seen or heard, and not having enough time for themselves and relaxation. My programme addresses all situations that women in business face (including complex industries, rapidly changing environments, masculine cultures, etc). Her clients say that after working with her, they feel empowered to go after what they want. With this clear direction, better self-esteem and increased trust, they feel happier, more alive and more peaceful at the same time. And what then becomes possible…
Sustainable habit change
Natascha held HR and Communication leadership positions in busy communications agencies as well as in demanding and political corporate companies. She mastered the Transformational Coaching Method (TCM) at the ICF certified Health Coach Institute in the US focusing on sustainable habit change. The TCM changed her profoundly and sustainably. Natascha: ‘It takes courage and awareness to acknowledge you would like to get rid of the habits that limit you. Habit change will become sustainable when green light is created on three levels: behaviour, thoughts and identity. The beauty is, that while on the journey, women feel more energy, clarity and positivity without the feeling they have to force themselves. This leads to taking the pressure off, self-confidence and personal power.’ Natascha believes that all women deserve to experience this transformation.
Natascha believes that women who are thriving are an asset to every company, organisation or personal life. She values women who are flourishing as democratic leaders who connect, bring trust, peace, inclusion, real win-win deals and long-term creative solutions. She believes qualities they innately possess are curiosity, openness to self – reflection and integrity. These are qualities that many organisations lack.
Natascha: ‘Even in today’s times, male dominated company culture still exists. Women who operate in these cultures often are not thriving. There are many reasons for this. An important one is, historically, women had to adjust to a largely hierarchical and competitive culture. With the consequence that some women copy this behaviour, believing it will help them succeed, while the majority of women chose to accommodate and serve. In both cases women are not thriving nor owning their own power. Women who thrive often strive for equality and are often not motivated by competition but by personal growth, winning together and purpose. That is why the time is ripe for management teams to ‘woman up’ and for women to take the pressure off and switch the power on. Sustainable habit change will help to transform.’