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Coaches bring a part of themselves and their lives into the coaching relationship with their clients. I bring:
My rich, varied and coherent professional journey. My professional journey reflects my curiosity and interest in other people and cultures and my engagement in activities with high social impact. I have worked internationally for 25 years: as a teacher first, for 7 years, and as a consultant in international development aid for 20 years.
My adaptability and my ability to find my way in the uncertainty of change. My clients often highlight my ability to adapt to different organisational or geographical environments. I have experienced employment in the civil service, international organisations and the private sector, as well as self-employment and entrepreneurship. I have worked in 40 countries, for 50 organisations on more than 100 projects.
My intercultural skills and my respect for others. I built these skills in the 6 countries I have lived in (France, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Kyrgyzstan and the United Kingdom), the 40 countries I have worked in, and through the personal and professional relationships I have developed. My coaching clients are based all over the world.
My understanding of individual and organisational learning strategies. For the past 25 years, as a teacher, trainer and facilitator, I have accompanied students, professionals and institutions on their journeys of learning and development.
My simplicity. Since my upbringing on a working farm, I have kept the value of simplicity. A value that I have cultivated for my own wellbeing and as a commitment to caring for the environment.
My joy and tears. Laetitia means “joy” in Latin. This is within me! From painful or difficult situations, I have understood all the power that I had over my own life and how, behind every challenge, there was learning and opportunity.