Month: June 2015


European Coaching Association

June 21, 2015

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Recognized by the European Coaching Association (ECA) for gifted and highly sensitive adults, there remains too little guidance and qualified trainers. You will find barely educated, professional coaches that can turn with their specific career issues or even matters of privacy. The training program to the coach for gifted or highly sensitive people by teaching coach Anne Heintze, Frankfurt and Vienna, a remedy. The training is as a qualification to the “psycho-social coach” recognised by the European Coaching Association (ECA). This education and training for people with highly gifted (HB) and or high sensitivity (HSP) is essentially based on the personal and hb/hsp specific qualification of coaches, to meet the special needs of gifted and highly sensitive people.

A distinctive and personal experience is provided for this purpose. The minimum age for HB/HSP coaches is 30 years. Don’t have a coach for the highly gifted necessarily have a degree. Conditions are however profound knowledge about people and organizations, emphasized Anne Heintze. An academic qualifications can be useful for the coach, but the experience and ability to reflect, as well as the desire for personal development are crucial. The best conditions are, when all of these factors come together. “Many very gifted students are very successful.

Gifted people actually need a coaching? “, Anne Heintze means that many live with Handbrake. Highly gifted problems and social tensions that can be clarified with a professional coaching sometimes causes.” Some strengths may be weaknesses at the same time. On the one hand is a high performance, can also degenerate into Unterforderung. Very complex thinking skills can trigger also lack of understanding in the field. Affected people have significantly better with a coach for highly gifted and high sensitivity Chances for a successful and contented life. With this training I want to help to improve the living conditions for highly gifted and highly sensitive people. “, so Anne Heintze, who works in Frankfurt and Vienna.” Especially in times of crisis, a professional and in-depth consultation is enormously helpful. Unfortunately, too many unqualified coaches cavorting on the consultancy market. It would be nice if this gets better soon. “Works since 1988 Anne Heintze in consulting and coaching, first as a therapist and communications trainer, then as a trainer and coach management in economy, politics and culture. She has raised five children and was always working. Topics: Coaching for gifted and highly sensitive adults, executives high potentials. Contact: Mrs Anne Heintze Tel: + 49 (0) 6105 – 4084827 E-Mail: URL:


Gew Hannover

June 6, 2015

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Hannover coach Mirko Slomka speaks with show racism the red card – Germany e.V. The Gew 2013 was launched to our campaign “Our Elf against racism”. “July 24 imagine show racism the red card – Germany e.V.” one every 11 days by a total of 11 well-known people from football before. At the start of our campaign we talked with Alexander Merkel from Italian Club Udinese Calcio on racism and discrimination in sport and society. Today we present you the coach of our team against racism”before: Mirko Slomka, head coach of Hannover 96.

The head coach of Hannover 96, Mirko Slomka, has since March 2013 our campaign Ambassador our Elf against racism”. At the start of its voluntary commitment Mirko Slomka international weeks 96 m also participated in one of our workshops i against racism on March 14 at the stadium in Hanover. Pupils of the sixth grade of the IGS Wunstorf were invited, one of the partner schools of Hanover of 96. Mirko Slomka justified its involvement with the words: I am happy to model and would like to actively sign for a company, in the racism and discrimination have no place”, and emphasizes social fair play, recognition and integration are central points for a peaceful coexistence. And the sport, which shows my many years of experience as a coach, stands for tolerance and mutual respect – regardless of skin colour, religion or origin.” During the workshop on the 14 March 2013 in the press room of the stadium could get an idea of our work Mirko Slomka himself, said at the end of the workshop with the pupils and told them his experiences with racism and discrimination. Here you will find the report on the workshop in Hannover: updates/han/on the 22.4 are we back in the premises of Hannover 96 to be on the way.






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