the next steps:
We book a 45 minutes strategic meeting and discuss your needs, goals and vision for the event and how I could help you.
I send you an offer with:
- content suggestion
- preparation time evaluation
- timeline and deliverables
And then we make it happen!
Coaching sessions are confidential one-to-one conversations designed to navigate personal challenges and nurture self-leadership. Together we focus on you, to get you from where you are to where you want to be. Coaching suits all levels of institutions.
We had the pleasure to host Deborah for a lunch lecture about Inner sustainability. Deborah’s inspiring exercises on mindfulness made our students and staff reflect on how to take care of one’s mind health in studies, work and life in general.
Verena Schöld, Chairwoman of student union, Gothenburg University, IT faculty
I met Deborah when I was in a process where I tried to break bad habits. After constant failures and relapses in the same pattern, Deborah helped me focus on the right things and call in the problem. Through our conversations, she brought me forward with clear structure and positive energy. I left every conversation full of energy and with a clear target picture.
Looking for a job was a difficult time for me. I was unsure how to search and find a job that would suit me. Déborah Rupert helped me overcome my doubts. She was very patient and through our sessions I became more confident about how to use my strong points and best promote myself. Also that being aware of my weaknesses can help me use them to my advantage. At the end I felt more secure on how to navigate job interview process and overcome my fears.
Juliane Junesch, PhD
In coaching sessions with Deborah you can expect to be guided through your own thoughts to explore your preferences and priorities in your professional life. Through learning different techniques and exercises, I discovered new strategies to reach my professional goals. Additionally, Deborah provided excellent advice on how to approach academic politics and how to keep a healthy mind in a harsh work environment.
Valeria Saavedra, PhD