Often we must be satisfied with having planted a seed. Most importantly, we need to have faith in the process of our work, the fact that important changes will take place in small units if we just hang in there with the person.
- Zinker, J.
I work as ICF credentialed executive and team coach, with over 2,500 hours of coaching experience. I started coaching in 2007 with 14 years of corporate carrier and NGO leadership experience to support leaders and high impact individuals in becoming more efficient, balanced and aware.
I'm co-founder and trainer of the Coach Academy ACTP (Hungary, since 2008), and Bossert International Executive Coach Training ACTP (EMEA).
I was elected member of the ICF EMEA Regional Advisory Council, and founder / president of ICF Hungary. I was founder and president of the Federation of Hungarian Coach Organizations. My contribution to the global coaching profession was acknowledged in 2012 by the ICF President’s Award.
I hold master's degree in business administration and a specialized legal postgraduate degree for economists. I’m PCC level certified coach. I have over 2,000 hours of coach training and mentor coaching experience. I’m trained PCC assessor.
I graduated as Gestalt therapist at the Norsk Gestaltinstitutt, and have been accredited by EAGT.
I'm member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), European Coaching and Mentoring Council (EMCC) and European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT).
I want to see
And to meet you
With stepping on the thin ice.
- Mayuzumi Madoka
As executive and business coach I provide individual support and challenges to executives and managers. I partner with management teams to realize their joint potential, to resolve deep lying conflicts and create a common agenda. I also contribute to organizational development projects with the aim of higher performance and effective cooperation. I’m passionate about inspiring senior executives in finding their personal vision and their way forward in their career and life.
Working with human lives is a privilege and must be approached with the knowledge, respect and humility it is due.
- J. Zinker
My special coaching areas are: leadership roles (incl. board membership), strategic thinking, burnout, conflict management and negotiations, interpersonal relations, abrasive leaders.
My major corporate clients are: Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft, FORD, Philip Morris, Procter & Gamble, Diageo, Ericsson, Magyar Telekom, Invitech, M-RTL, Nielsen, Sodexo, Janssen-Cilag, OTP, NN Insurance.
My special foci are:
team and group coaching
coach training, leader as coach training
For reference and publishing please visit my LinkedIn profile.
Gestalt therapy is a branch of psychology that encourages self-awareness and acceptance. Gestalt is a German word that loosely translated means, to become whole. By gaining greater awareness of the different parts of themselves and accepting these parts rather than labeling them wrong or banish them, the Gestalt approach results in a sense of being more fully yourself.
My credo is best described by the below citations:
Briefly stated, it is this: that change occurs when one becomes what he is, not when he tries to become what he is not. Change does not take place through a coercive attempt by the individual or by another person to change him, but it does take place if one takes the time and effort to be what he is — to be fully invested in his current positions. By rejecting the role of change agent, we make meaningful and orderly change possible
- Arnold Beisser
Even if I do nothing more than be a real presence for someone, I at least affirm the other person’s experiential validity. This affirmation is “therapeutic”, not only because the person grows to appreciate his intrinsic nature, but also because he develops the courage to push against his boundaries and test new behaviours.
- J. Zinker
1121 Budapest Árnyas út 16
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