About the Company Coaching Cafe
The Company Coaching Café came about after years of experience working with people, performance and impact in organisations as well as study into consciousness, positive psychology and the neuroscience behind self-mastery and self-healing.
We see a world where every employee has access to short powerful coaching conversations which boost their level of thinking, improve mastery in their work and life everyday and empower them to be an inspiration to others.
We collaborate with accredited consciousness and brain based coaches based across Europe, South Africa and America. All our coaches are personally selected and trained in our Six-Step - Shot of Coaching - Session approach.
For the last 25 years, Helen has focused on people, purpose and performance, leaving a lasting impact on individuals and organisations. As a management consultant, specialised in learning and leadership development, she has lead the people element on numerous global transformation projects at clients such as Deloitte, Philips, Pfizer, BMW, T- Mobile, Bayer, BASF, TomTom and many more. She designed and developed learning programmes and was a facilitator of the High Impact Leadership Programme at Deloitte University.
After studying consciousness, neuroscience and qualifying as a Consciousness and Brain Based Coach, she started to combine her corporate experience with consciousness principles and knowledge of neuroscience to inspire mindful and empowered actions in others.
She is dedicated to unleashing untapped potential and raising consciousness in organisations, empowering people to be, think and act with more alignment, resulting in more creatively, integrity, responsibility and an improved ability to contribute to company growth and a sustainable future. She bridges the gap between formal organisational structures and the human need for connection, purpose and inspiration in daily life.
Helen is European, British, based in Amsterdam with almost 30 years working
throughout Europe and she is fluent in English, Dutch and German.