Hundreds of different people cross our lives, some leaving footprints some not.
When you are a trainer, it is your “professional deformation“ that you tend to look a little bit deeper in their characters, habits, responses and attitudes.
Accountants deal with numbers, painters with colours, architects with shapes…
I feel myself special in having a job where I deal with humans having a different nature, different race, different age and a different gender. It is exciting and challenging at the same time to observe the change a trainee goes through during a good planned training session. The trainee opens up, finds out new things about him or herself and – with some luck and the right touch of the trainer or the team – goes through a formation that is a positive asset for him/her as well as their surroundings.
I believe in the power of training. I believe in people who come with open ears, eyes and hearts to leave a training session as someone different – in a positive sense.
“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious for yourself and others” said Carl Gustav Jung once. What a clever man, what a clever sentence…..