wunder und wege

For many people, the ability to feel a sense of wonder, and to be curious about the world and their own existence, gets lost hustle and bustle of every day life. Coaching can introduce you to unusual perspectives, an enlightening sense of wonder and a new zest for life.

My coaching sessions help people to discover and implement their own creative methods of finding the courage to approach their professional and personal development with new, practical tools. The first step toward change is always to identify your situation, so that you can reach your goals step by step with inner conviction and confidence. Once you know what you want to change, you can see the new road ahead with clarity, and stop sabotaging your own professional development.

Allow yourself to experience wonder. Often, the things you don’t immediately understand are the ones that suddenly present new opportunities. Coaching sessions will teach you about your personality. You will learn about your preferences and what drives you.


Martin has helped me through a period of meaningful career changes with quite helpful coaching. Together we have designed options for my further path and created more clarity for the working vision I find attractive for my future.
Martin's contribution enabled me to better know where I would like to go. I have experienced him as a sensitive and empathetic coach, who frequently asked the "right" questions that triggered lasting reflecting processes within me.
Martin Jessen is a versed and experienced coach, who has obviously worked in many different settings and with quite a number of topics. I can recommend him to anyone who is in search of a well-established coach.

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Matthias von Mitzlaff
Change facilitator and Coach at IBM Global Business Services

Break out of your inertia, and try the “impossible”

Transitioning from “professional self-sabotage” to a winning style

By working closely with people in challenging situations, I have developed a deep interest in the interaction between external factors and inner reinforcements. These inner reinforcements are precisely what keep people from advancing, and cause them to stand in their own way – be it consciously or subconsciously. I call this “professionally self-sabotaging”, because the strengths and strategies that people develop in the process are more precise and deep-seated than you would expect. This realisation is essential in developing effective problem-solving strategies – which in turn help you reach your goals and achieve a winning style.


The newsletter is aimed at curious people who are excited about miracles and want to shape their own path.


Direct to the point: Coaching ‘without methods’

The art of coaching is to use the appropriate intervention for the client, which brings us straight to the core of the solution.

Article by Martin Jessen, published in: Armin Fichtner, Werner Müller (Ed.): Management Coaching – Examples from Practice (Volume 1); epubli GmbH, Berlin 2015

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