Are you stuck and do you want to take action?

Where are you now and where do you want to go next?

Are you still passionate about your work?

Do you want to live a more balanced life?


CoachingCoaching addresses your work performance and personal life issues. A coach's role is to ask direct and powerful questions which will help you to become more aware of who you are, what you want and how to get there. Coaching helps you to create action steps based on your insights and goals.

Client profiles:

Professionals committed to doing their work and doing it well, high achievers in positions of influencing others. Dedicated, driven, overextended, frequent travelers with something missing in their lives. Curious and motivated to make changes in their lives.

Clients come from a variety of organizations ranging from international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, The World Bank Group, government agencies including the U.S. Treasury Department, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, non-profits and law firms. Clients are based globally, in Europe and in North America.


Coaching philosophy

Karin’s approach to coaching to is to ask powerful questions, hear what you are unable to hear and help you build a solid action plan and set goals. Karin guides her clients as they take action and holds them accountable to their goals. Most of Karin’s coaching sessions take place over the phone. She coaches clients no matter where they are located.


About Karin Wiedemann

Karin is an experienced leadership coach and stress management consultant with over twenty years of experience working with international and U.S. professionals. A graduate of Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, and an International Coach Federation certified coach, Karin provides leadership coaching to professionals seeking to make significant career and life changes. Her clients are professionals from the public and private sectors in both the U.S. and Europe. They include: The World Bank Group, International Monetary Fund, the U.S. Treasury Department, Princeton University, Crowell Moring LLC, Womble Carlyle LLC, the National Park Service, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Service Employees International Union and the National Center for International Visitors.