Do you seek a “Wow”– experience during a coaching process? Do you wish to strengthen your leadership, both as a person and a professional? Do you want to discover new sides of yourself, that you might not know or see yet?

If the answer is yes, then a coaching process in IWF is something for you.

At IWF a coaching session functions as a mirror that makes it possible to find out “what you are actually thinking, as you get to say it out loud”. It is closely connected to the known quote stemming from Kierkegaard; “Life  can only be understood backwards, but must be lived forwards”. In our accelerating, fast changing society dust stirs up to a degree that loosing track is easy. Therefore  people often need a mental pit-stop where were we can lean back, unload, clear out, and peel of layers in order to find the most important. Thus clarified you can go on, think and act with a new and stronger focus.


IWF offer coaching processes of shorter or longer duration. We personally know leadership from own experiences in leading positions. Our experience as coaches stems both from practice and from writing books on the subject plus training leaders in the coaching attitude. Doing so we always connect leadership and management, with roles, and  the personality.

Our approach to coaching is situation based and pluralistic. According to the situation we draw on systemic, narrative, philosophical and solution based methods. We make sure that you will be listened to in depth, and in an appreciative way reach a clarity, and find answers to your challenges. Naturally, we also share our own experience if you ask for it.

We will help you appreciate what goes well but also provide the friction needed for personal development. It involves your own willingness, and courage, to look at yourself with a profound honesty. Only if you understand yourself and can change significant habits if needed, will you able to change others.


Typical issues in a coaching session could be:

  • The most important challenges in your job. Personal issues that take space, for the time being,  in relation to your leadership role and responsibilities
  • Your dreams about developing into ”the ideal” leader, plus development of needed competences
  • Insight into your own communication skills and how they can be improved
  • Cooperative dilemmas
  • Handling of stressfull conflicts
  • Coping with peak performance vs. stress
  • Well-being, confidence, selfesteem in the leader role – how to find the right balance
  • Development of sustainable tactic leadership; being able to create preferred actions and cooperation
  • Ability to create a profound synthesis between your values, the formal leaderole, and the leadership culture in the organization
  • Development of your leaderauthority and personal power
  • Leading selfleading employees