Daphne Schalbetter | BA MBA ACC CPCC CPQC
Hi, I am Daphne a proud mom, international leadership coach, freedompreneur, female champion and the founder of Superwoman Coach.
Having lived, studied and worked in 9 different countries on 3 continents (so far) and I think of myself as a global citizen. I enjoy working together with people from other countries and cross-cultural awareness and understanding are one of my secret passions.
In more than 20 years in leadership development, management consulting, and executive education I have supported many clients in their professional and personal development. In all my engagements I have always appreciated the relationship to the people I worked with the most. It took me many years before I realized that my passion is the development of people and only a few years ago it became clear to me that I wanted to focus on that exclusively. In 2020 I have become a certified professional Co-Active® Coach (CPCC) by the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) by the International Coach Federation.
4 fun facts about Daphne
What had started as a fun experiment with friends at the age of 16 of not eating meat for a few days, has become a way of living. I have been a vegetarian ever since. Even though I look up to vegans, I love dairy products too much, especially cheese!
More than 20 years ago my boss at the time told me that I needed to fight back in conversations more. I took it literally and started taking Karate lessons. Later I repeatedly got feedback at work that I knew how to dish out and fight for myself.
15 years ago I injured my back, which forced me to find a “back friendly sport”. That is when I discovered Yoga as means of building up strengths, relaxation, and mindfulness. In an attempt to deepen my understanding of it, I became a certified Yoga teacher.
In my free time, I like to be outdoors: be it walking, running, hiking, cycling, camping or just lingering on one of the many playgrounds my two sons like to go to. For me and my family “there is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing”.