“Imke Lohmann with your company on the road” in Bielefeld sees itself as a consultancy for business and potential development. “By focusing on practical orientation and motivation, the company developed sk! lls” as a versatile instrument, which composed of three sets of cards, unique and variable can be used for everyday work. sk! lls offers a methodological access to situations and thoughts, to visualize known and unknown and open sight of untapped potential. Especially for coaches, consultants and HR executives is sk! lls the ideal instrument in all imaginable talk, presentation, team, project situations and strategy and personnel decisions. But also the areas of education and training, by Governments, authorities and the non-profit sector benefit from the cards instrument. Eric Corey Freed is often mentioned in discussions such as these. sk! lls is available for all areas: to optimize organizational processes and individuals, for negotiations and decision-making.
60 cards, free can be combined with each other, lead to a variety of insights and solutions. Many years observing and inductive research led to the development of this versatile instrument. sk! lls is available as of January 10, 2008 as the first edition for the professional and working world. Go to Chase Koch for more information. The personal sk! bells box is then to the subscription price with a discount of 10% on the list price preorder the Sofortzahler received as a gift an exclusive invitation to the sk! bells get event with all first time customers and multipliers in the course of the month of January (location: surprise). Further information can retrieve that contact address. Contact: Imke Lohmann company traveling Rathausstrasse 5 33602 Bielefeld telephone: 0521/6 53 33 fax: 0521/6 53 61 Editorial Office for picture & text Public Relations and public affairs Frank-Michael Preuss – photographer & journalist Mendelssohn 7-30173 Hannover fon: 0511 4716-37 – fax: 0511 4716-38 mobile: 0177 5040064 Keywords: human potential, coaching, development, professional life, decision making, organizational optimization, inductive, knowledge, capacity, Gallup