A common denominator throughout my career has been
people and how they understand each other.
I have a number of skills that I make good use of. I have an MA in English and I’ve worked as communications advisor for many years.
This includes leadership communications and the challenges that lie in the gap between motivating oneself and others, behavior and how to be authentic both as a leader and as a person.
I have been educating myself for many years in the Enneagram, which is a personality typology tool. It explains nine different types of people - including motivations, blind angles, and development paths. I have also served as Vice President of the International Enneagram Association and enjoy having a large network within the industry.
Recently, I certified as a Grief Recovery Specialist with the Grief Recovery Institute. This means that I can help people recover from grief - not cure it. It's a natural human emotion.
In addition, I’m a certified life & business coach so that I learned a methodology to use with what I’ve done for years and I can see that it has heightened the quality of my work considerably.
A characteristic of my work is that I'm good at creating a trustful space, that I askt he right questions and that I use my sense of humour in my work - and I won't let you off the hook.
Mette Hvied Lauesen
I speak English at native level and that's why I also offer to coach and teach in English. I'm a consultant with Leadership Sculptor - offering trainings and coachings to research scientists, engineers and people in IT. I'm also a partner with British TIPI Circle
I'm happily married and tend to spend my time on board work, travels and learning. Personally, I'm a fundamentally curious and compassionate human being and I promise that we will have a few good laughs together.
Here's a good blog on grief that I follow