I could not be more thrilled to present this month’s Resource Corner post with Karen Nanninga. Karen is a certified coach who has geared her business toward helping executive assistants & administrative professionals of all kinds find happiness and fulfillment at work and in their personal lives.
In this interview, Karen breaks down how we can all design our own contribution in the workplace while maintaining alignment with our executives and organizations. It was a definite treat for me to interview Karen and I’m certain you will find it equally engaging and helpful!
If you would like to learn more about Karen and her services please visit her website at Karen-Nanninga.com.
Karen Nanninga, after a career as Executive Assistant at Management and Board level, has been a Trainer, Consultant, and Speaker in the field of management support for over 25 years. She is also a Certified Business and Life Coach for Professionals. Karen runs seminars, workshops, and courses for (training) companies in Germany and The Netherlands. She is an experienced Moderator of (international) conferences, panel discussions, and company events. Her working languages are German, English (both fluent) and Dutch (mother tongue). Born in the Netherlands, she has lived with her family in Germany since 1991.
Karen is passionate about accompanying people on their personal development paths: when delivering training to a group or when coaching individuals. Her objective is always to develop and mobilize personal potential and inner wisdom, to encourage people to take steps, to empower them to set and reach goals, to inspire them to live the life they want. She strongly believes that each individual can make a difference in his/her own environment, no matter what position (s)he holds. Each person’s role goes beyond his/her job description, as we all bring unique personal competence, talents, and interests to the workplace. Leadership is her motivation and message in all her professional areas and activities.
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