Author Archives: Roland Kopp-Wichmann

Dialogues that make a difference – how couples manage to talk about themselves and with each other.

Better than viagra or seeing the divorce lawyer: profound dialogues. When I work in my seminars or coaching sessions, where mostly the main topic is a professional one, I usually end up counseling personal problems. Be it that a couple is always in fight mode which leads to the husband having to work overtime at the office […]

What type of father was your own father? And what type are you?

Son and father. From time to time that seems to be a difficult relationship. Filled with many held off feelings. Over centuries socializing a boy was carved mainly by the parole “be strong!“. In my father’s generation body contact, emotional closeness or showing feelings was frowned upon. Markus Söder, a German minister of state, also […]

Companies need “tempered radicals“. Do you have what it takes?

How does change develop within a company? With the support of corporate consultants who analyze all processes for months and then come up with radical solutions? Or through charismatic leaders, who change the course and everything becomes different? That may apply for individual cases. But it’s more common that change happens much less spectacularly. It’s […]

What was your favorite meal as a child?

And how did meals at home shape your life? There’s nothing like good food to give you that very special feeling of comfort in certain situations. Especially when someone, who loves us, cooks it for us. We already make these experiences, if all goes well, as a child at home. Far from all kinds of […]

“Why do I always fall in love with the wrong guy?”

10 signs that say you’re a love addict. It’s a recurring sigh of desperation that I keep hearing in my therapy sessions. Usually it comes from women although there are also male love addicts out there. The script is always the same. She meets an interesting guy. After the first date or a passionate night […]

The Sedona-method®: Four questions that make a change!

For some time now I have been trying out a new method for myself and with my clients for making change possible, the SEDONA-Method®. I would like to share it with you. The method consists of four questions and I got it from the book “The Sedona Method®“ by Hale Dwoskin who originally got it […]

Do you have the character trait that gets you the raise?

No, it’s not your intelligence. Have you recently been to a class reunion? You may have made some astonishing discoveries. At thirty the head of the class who always used to get the best grades, is probably not at the vanguard of his professional life. That goes for his position as well as the money […]