“I’m passionate about communication and bringing out the best in people. There is nothing more rewarding for me than seeing people becoming more energised and happy, because they have taken on board new techniques to get themselves there.”
“Angelika is a natural enthusiast! You can’t help but feel affected by her good vibe. She leads with ease and has a personality of persuasive authority. I recommend her coaching services highly.” Tracy U., September 2016
Angelika’s coaching career started in sports and carried through to her professional life as Trainer and Coach in the Banking Industry in her native country, Germany. From Personal Banker to Product Manager to Trainer of the Retail Banking Team. She was then hand-picked by the Banking Academy in Cologne to deliver their national Communication & Sales training course (www.rwag.de).
In New Zealand her career spans across all three economic sectors: Public (Education), Private (Tourism, Finance) and the Voluntary Sector, where she recently held the position of Manager for Citizens Advice Bureau. Angelika introduced Seminars for Migrants with great success, helping people from different cultures settle into the Kiwi environment.
Performing in Theatre Plays and Musicals as well as impromptu Dinner Entertainment Shows has been a life-long passion and a fitting scene to cultivate stage presence and presentation skills.
Angelika pursues ongoing Personal Development, be that in practicing Yoga Nidra and Mindfulness or challenging herself to Fire Walking.
Furthering her interest in Human Psychology, Psychodrama, NLP, NVC as well as Emotional and Cultural Intelligence have proven invaluable additions to her coaching expertise. Angelika is also a NZ and Australia accredited Life Coach and an accomplished Toastmaster.
She currently enjoys the role of Immediate Past President for the Nelson Toastmasters Club, “Madhatters”. Visit www.nelsonmadhatters.toastmastersclubs.org
“My mission is to enhance self-awareness and emotional intelligence amongst people, especially those in leadership roles and therefore raising the bar on excellence.”