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Welcome. I am Evelyn Kälker.

Current Role:
Since 1995 I have been working as a professional in training, supervision and coaching. I support companies and individuals in developing and facilitating solutions for corporate, team and individual requirements. My focus is on analysing the situations, developing individual concepts and delivering uniquely tailored solutions.

Previous Employment History:

Since 2006
Self-employed Management Consultant in profit and non-profit organizations

2005 – 1992
Manager in leading national department store with experience in retail management, staff management and training, mentoring etc.

Courses in English:

  • Supervision of individuals, groups and teams
  • Coaching of managers and employees
  • Supervision mentoring
  • Coach mentoring

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Contact

Evelyn Kälker
Rüderner Strasse 28/2
D-73733 Esslingen
Germany

Tel. +49-(0)711-6734784

info@kaelker-online.de
www.kaelker-online.de

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Supervision

Individual supervision

In the increasingly complex world of work, professional supervision serves to reflect day-to-day working life and expand your own powers of perception and action.

Depending on your individual situation, the consultation process can focus on different things:

  • Your personal and professional development
  • How to de-stress in challenging work situations
  • Improving your skills in dealing with co-workers, clients, colleagues and superiors
  • Extending your skills when taking on a new professional role
  • Accompaniment in change processes or situations of professional upheaval
  • Developing teams

Team supervision

Team supervision is an important quality assurance instrument, as it carefully shapes the interpersonal relationships within the team. It enables reflection, requires responsible conduct, effective work organisation and ownership of workmanship. Possible goals:

  • Reducing conflict in cooperation
  • Improving the profile of your organisation
  • Staff qualifications

Group supervision

Expert-led group supervision gives you the opportunity to work through similar themes with people from your own or other organisations. You will be reflecting on relevant current issues and using the potential of the group to work out thought-provoking, creative and timely solutions to expand your knowledge pool.

Supervision mentoring

Supervision mentoring is a major part of a supervisor or coach’s training. As a supervision mentor, I’m here to guide you through the development of your role as a supervisor and on the following subjects:

  • Reflection on independent supervision with external clients
  • Developing your own identity as a supervisor
  • Learning how to supervise from role models
  • Professional guidance, with room for development

How supervision works

First of all, we will get to know each other in an initial one-to-one. Once we have analysed the starting situation, we decide on the objectives and content as well as the duration and structure of the supervision process, if this is to go ahead. A time structure of 60 to 90 minutes per appointment is recommended.

Working languages

German, English

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Coaching

Are you looking for a professional contact to discuss challenging events in the strictest of confidence? Are you locked in a situation of conflict you can’t get out of? Are you successful, but not sure in which direction your professional development should take you? Then coaching offers you the opportunity to work through your personal questions.

Coaching is a target- and resource-oriented consultation process concerning any of the issues in your professional situation. What you personally stand to gain is learning to make your professional conduct more effective and even more successful.

Individual coaching

Every day, you feel like you are caught between the demands of the company, your colleagues/co-workers and the client. The challenges are immense, because there are lots of different requirements being placed on you. Individual coaching offers you the perfect framework to devise your professional role, to quality-assure your responsibilities and to take off the pressure in situations of stress. Issues coaching might help you to deal with include:

  • Current situations of conflict
  • Challenging managerial situations
  • Preparing for critical projects
  • Taking stock of your personal potential

Group coaching for management

Management is often a lonely business. In group coaching, you as a manager will find a place where you can work through situations from your everyday working life and develop concrete approaches to resolve them.

I would be pleased to help you to work through the following issues:

  • Reflection on your professional role and position in the company
  • Approaches to tackling challenging situations
  • Initiating change processes
  • Healthy management

The dates for your six half-day sessions are arranged over a six-month period.

Group coaching for future management

Group coaching is perfect for management trainees working their way up the ladder and facing their first difficult management situations. I would be pleased to help you to work through the following issues:

  • Reflection on your new professional role
  • Developing your own management style
  • Dealing with your various team members
  • Approaches for tackling challenging situations

The dates for your six half-day sessions are arranged over a six-month period.

Coach Mentoring

Mentoring is a major part in a coach’s training. As a coach mentor, I am here to guide you through the development of your role as a coach and on the following subjects.

  • Reflecting on coaching sessions carried out independently with external clients
  • Developing your own identity as a coach
  • Learning from role models
  • Professional guidance, with room for development

How coaching works

First of all, we will get to know each other in an initial one-to-one. Once we have analysed the starting situation, we decide on the objectives and content as well as the duration and structure of the consultation process, if this is to go ahead. A time structure of 90 to 120 minutes per appointment is recommended.

Working languages

German, English

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