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Anita built her professional career from the ground up to become an international executive at ABN-AMRO bank as Head of Operational Risk Management. in only three years.
And since 1992 she has practiced the modern Japanese martial art form, Aikido and is currently one of the few women in The Netherlands and internationally to have achieved her 4e Degree Black Belt.
Taking on her corporate experience with a top tier bank, and one of most powerful martial arts systems, Anita established Aikido@Work in 2009 and currently works as International Coach, Trainer and Consultant. She combined the Corporate World with Aikido establishing her method through Conscious Embodiment of Aikido and Aikido Embodied Leadership
By engaging also your body (your physical intelligence) and not just your head (ratio) you ensure a lasting change in yourself and the way you act. This enables you to increase and extend your professional capacities.
I have also incorporated the two main coaching models as taught by the Newfield Certified Coach Training for which I am certified. In these models the point of departure for coaching is that the coaching clients are already successful and whole. The aim of coaching is to have the clients shift the way they see and thus act in their professional and personal world. This brings about different, more desired, results.
I know that the physical component of my Coaching makes the difference in your learning, guiding yourself and your problem solving potential. Coaching supports you in developing new possibilities, learning to use different existing capabilities and achieving personal growth. In general clients come to me with questions around leadership, communication and next strategic steps in their career.
They are where they are having achieved success in the way they managed the work and life events they faced. However, on occasion the current way of doing things isn’t working anymore and this awareness is where we begin. The goal should be to create a situation that offers you prospects of progress, opportunity and development.
In the coaching conversations with my clients, I notice how they address some of the stories regarding the relationships at work and at home. They have become increasingly aware that they may have limitations in reaching out for further success at home and at work. Often, they already conclude that in order to communicate effectively and achieve their goals, they are willing to focus on changing the existing patterns.
My coaching can give you a better understanding of your impact on others and the results you are trying to attain; more effective coordination of action and strategies for greater well-being and personal satisfaction.