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Feld-Sonnenuntergang

"The world is full of endless wonders."

Are you ready to take the next step?

“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer.” Rainer Maria Rilke

The Sabbatical Coaching Program is designed to support individuals who are taking a break from their work or daily routine to pursue personal and professional growth, self-discovery, and rejuvenation. Whether you are planning to travel, study, volunteer, or simply take time off to rest and recharge, this program provides a structured framework and guidance to help you make the most of your sabbatical experience.

The program includes a series of coaching sessions, tailored to your individual needs and goals. During these sessions, your coach will work with you to develop a clear vision for your sabbatical, identify your strengths and areas for growth, and create a plan of action to help you achieve your objectives. Your coach will also help you navigate any challenges or obstacles that may arise during your sabbatical, and provide support and accountability to help you stay on track.

The Sabbatical Coaching Program is ideal for individuals who are seeking to use their sabbatical as an opportunity for personal growth and self-discovery. Whether you are planning a short break or an extended period of time away, this program can help you make the most of your sabbatical experience and return to your work and daily life with renewed energy, clarity, and purpose.

Why a Sabbatical Coaching ?

The Sabbatical Coaching offers

  • 1:1 Coaching

  • Orientation Weekends

  • Community Events

  • Retreats and Rituals

Its based on three Pillars:

  • Deep Griefwork

  • How do I relate?

  • Career

SABBATICAL COACHING is there for you to accompany you through your transition, to be part of a community, to meet like-minded people in our seminars, to feel safe and to find support on your journey, wherever it may lead you, wherever you may fall in love with yourself.

 Why a coaching programme for your sabbatical?

A sabbatical often requires a longer period of preparation and is usually a phase of orientation and change, where issues on different levels are brought forward and processed.

There are many questions before a sabbatical: how do I finance it, which form suits me, what are the topics I want to work on, how and where do I want to move things forward?

I draw on years of experience and a large network, and I founded Sabbatical out of the experience that I wished I had had when I took one.

 Often people take time out because of a loss, separation, loss of fate, Relationship, burnout etc.

A sabbatical often serves to deal with issues that have been left undone: Partnership, working on my relationship with myself, thinking patterns, etc.

Career

A sabbatical can also serve to fill the next career step.

In the phases of preparation and reflection, the community events are helpful to meet other like-minded people as well as to have 1:1 counselling.

Clients are mostly people who take time out after several years in the profession. The time out is usually based on the desire for recovery, search for meaning, recovery and integration of strokes of fate, desire for focus and career.

About Sabbatical

The roots of sabbatical can be traced back to the Biblical concept of the Sabbath, which is a day of rest and worship that is observed in Judaism and Christianity. In the Old Testament, the seventh day of the week was designated as a day of rest, and in the New Testament, Jesus is said to have observed the Sabbath as a day of rest and renewal.

In modern times, the concept of sabbatical has evolved to refer to a period of extended leave from work or routine. The first recorded use of the term "sabbatical" in this context was in the late 1800s, when universities began to offer professors a year of paid leave every seven years to focus on research and professional development.

Today, sabbaticals are often taken for personal or professional development, as well as to provide a break from the stress and demands of work. They can range from a few weeks to several months, and may involve travel, education, or other pursuits that promote personal growth and renewal.

Overall, the roots of sabbatical can be traced back to the ancient concept of the Sabbath, which emphasizes the importance of rest and renewal for personal and spiritual growth. Today, the concept of sabbatical has evolved to encompass a broader range of experiences and opportunities for personal and professional development.

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