Greetings from Berlin!
This year began with a lot of positive change. The most significant was our move into Berlin-Lichterfelde West for our 1-Focus International Berlin office and for my family.
We moved on the 2nd when we returned from visiting with my dad in the States over the holidays. Our family is pretty settled in and relaxed. Though, we have had to learn to adapt to the love and havoc a small puppy brings, as our family increased in size by one -- adapting the cutest little Terrier-Spaniel puppy, Perry. His eyes can melt nearly anyone's heart... no matter form of mischief he gets into. ..and trust me, he uses them to the fullest!
Simultaneous to the move, or maybe, because of the move, our company phone started ringing more. There was a sudden increase of requests for in-person coaching sessions in the office. The office space is comfortable and quite conducive to a comfortable deep conversation, as well as space for small workshops. There is a lovely garden in front that adds to the atmosphere and we are only a hundred meters or so from the Lichterfelde West train station.
I would imagine that the drastic changes in the world economic situation is at the crux of the current interest in our Shared Visioning and Collaborative Change workshops. There is a growing interest in our Identity Simulation and Post-Merger Readiness training and we are pursuing offering it to Project Managers through the PM Institute.
We would be delighted if you would stop by and visit. Please send me an email or call to let me know. Our new address is:
Adolf Martens Strasse 9b
D-12205 Berlin-LIchterfelde West, Germany
+49 (0)173986 2893 mobile
+49 (0) 841 860 6050 Office
+49 (0) 841 860 6060 Fax
For the past several years, I have been incorporating EFT into my coaching sessions and offering group trainings for medical and healing related practitioners and coaches.
For the past many years, I have offered a complementary service to celebrate the holidays at the end of the year. With my personal and office move, we chose to postpone any offer until I was more settled.
Now, settled in and relaxed, we would like to invite you join us on Tuesdays in March for our EFT series, beginning on March 10th. The first 3 workshops (interactive
teleconferences) are geared for anyone who is interested in learning how to move through blocks quickly and release stress or is interested in resolving the workshop topic or one that is related. The 4th workshop will be geared to a discussion on how
coaches can apply this technique in their coaching to support their clients. We chose workshop times to fit most European and North American schedules with classes start at 11 am PST, 2 pm EST, 7 pm GMT and 8 pm CET
The workshops are free, though, with limited space availability. To register and receive a teleconference number and be able to access the subsequent recordings send an email to: eft_» email@example.com
1. TOPIC: Taking Time for Myself: I just don't have the time to do what I want to do on Tuesday, March 10th, 2009
2. TOPIC: Setting Boundaries: If I could only say "No" on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009
3. TOPIC: Procrastination: Why do I always wait until the last minute to get started? on Tuesday March 24th, 2009
4. TOPIC: Using EFT in Coaching (appropriate for anyone who wants to learn about using this tool in their practice)
We ask that you attend or listen to the recordings of the previous classes to gain a greater appreciation for the process.
on Tuesday March 31st, 2009
Many thanks for being a part of our life. Please stay in touch by direct contact or through our blog SustainingChange
or through Twitter. It is a pleasure to stay connected and to support you in what ways I can.
with warm regards and best wishes,
Sandy Weiner, Managing Partner, Master Certified Coach (ICF, ECI), MEd, CMF
Our Current Publications
• Inspiration, our monthly life and leadership musings, email 1-Focus@aweber.com
• The human dimension of M&A’s: Leading Cross-Cultural Re-engagement
• PersonalMagazin (10/08): Two Firms-One Identity (German only)
• Ivey Business Journal (10/08): Seven Steps to Merger Excellence
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