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Timeless Principles Proven Results

Enhancing workplace effectiveness and well-being through well-established methods that are supported by rigorous research.

Bite sized learning

Easy to learn micro practices. No prior experience required.

Engaging

Content delivery is meaningful and engaging. No reading of Power Points.

Progressive

Through brining in and staying on the pulse for latest research in neuroscience.

Proven

A solid research and data driven approach to all my workshops and offerings.

What I offer

 I educate teams and leaders on personal and professional wellbeing. I do that through bringing in latest research on neuroscience and evidence based framework. My goal is to create lasting change and habit formation. My corporate clients describe my delivery style as engaging, meaningful and warm (no reading of powerpoint).

Wiebke brings a unique blend of business experience and clinical expertise to her work.​

Before founding her own boutique consultancy, Wiebke was a talent consultant where she advised leadership teams and HR teams on how to create a better employee experiences. This included in-person courses, webinars and digital resources. She implemented enterprise wide wellbeing programs helping leaders to better understand their personal and their team’s wellbeing.

Wiebke has a M.Sc. clinical and organisational psychology (University Bremen, Germany) and is certified with the German Psychology Board. She also holds certifications with Mindful Leader and she is founding member of ISPA (International Strategic Psychotherapist Association).

In her spare time she loves being in nature with her family and her dog Happy. Wiebke is also an energy practitioner, growing up with her aunty in Germany who was a Reiki Master. Wiebke has many years of experience in working with clients helping to reduce anxiety and symptoms of burnout and stress creating real impactful results.

Self-care checklist for resilience and mental fitness

Feeling stressed, overwhelmed?

Drive with the radio off

Eat your meal with full awareness

While walking, notice your surroundings

Start a journal

Stick to your morning routine

Declutter

Do some daily exercise

Create a quiet space in your home

In between meetings or emails take a moment to pause, close your eyes, feel both feet on the ground and take one slow and a deep breath