Kerstin Kromer

ComTeam AG

Schulstraße 1
40213 Düsseldorf
Germany

Tel.: +49 211 93678330, +49 8022 96660
Mobile: +49 162 2797316
Email: k.kromer@comteamgroup.com

Additional training:

  • Leadership and Influence, Babson College, Boston
  • Transaction Analysis, Odenwald Institute
  • Systemic Family Therapy, Münchner Familienkolleg (Munich Institute for Systemic Therapy, Consultancy and Supervision)
  • Hakomi
  • Brief Therapy, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto
  • Mediation, San Diego Mediation Center
  • Constellation work: Jacob Schneider, Eva Madelung, Angelika Hall, Munich
  • SolutionsFocus, Paul Z. Jackson, London
  • 3 Principles, Ken Manning & Robin Charbit, London

Professional background/experience:

  • Studied Business Administration with a focus on Tourism, Munich University of Applied Sciences
  • International Management Studies, Golden Gate University, San Francisco
  • 1996–1999: Strategy Consultant, Atlantic Consultants, Munich
  • 1999–Present: Consultant and trainer, ComTeam AG, Gmund
  • Active as a coach since 2001; navigated about 100 clients from all sectors through coaching processes since 2011, as well as numerous individual consultations.

Focus areas:

  • Young managers: Leadership topics around the new role
  • Experienced managers: Self-reflection, leadership topics, change management

Target group:
Management

Methods and principles:
I use current situations from the coachees' everyday professional life to recognise behaviour patterns. As required, I use models and methods from consultancy and training to support the acquisition of a better understanding of situations, their own behaviour and that of others. New behaviour is being tested collectively.

Based in:
Düsseldorf

Coaching is available in the following languages:
German and English

My personal mindset:
I am passionate about incorporating "SolutionsFocus", i.e. solution-oriented thinking and actions, into my work. What is also important to me as a leader is authenticity, because I believe that the vigour for the role arises from individuality.

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