People-centric change approaches that stick
The most powerful book about change
Unfold your true self with Intentionally Becoming Different, a unique self-help book that sets the reader off on an exciting journey of self-reflection, self-discovery, and self-improvement.
Change with ATvisor™
Enabling sustainable and successful change for organizations, teams, and individuals
Most change projects, on individual as well as on corporate level, are doomed to fail. At ATvisor™, we see a correlation between people fearing change and change projects failing. Therefore, we designed people-centric change approaches that stick.
Be it the development of individuals or groups, ATvisor™ takes “development” literally by its original meaning of “unfolding”. To unfold the best in people and organizations, we strive for emphatic listening, mindful questioning and understanding in a trusted environment with the goal of creating a customized solution together.
Leading behavioral change
Making your Change stick
We value wellbeing and confidentiality
Client confidentiality and wellbeing is our utmost priority. ATvisor™ abides by the Asia Pacific Alliance of Coaches (APAC) Code of Ethics.
Our approach is intentionally different
We are people-centric
Leaders state that ‘Leading People through Change’ seems to be one of the most pressing leadership tasks. Therefore, we designed people-centric change approaches that stick.“There is no ‘leading business’. Since people ARE the business, ‘leading people’ is the serious business.” – Alexander Trost
We provide professional advice at a competitive price
We have designed our very own Change Model, which has been successfully applied to teams and individuals: Intention, Self-awareness, Mindset Shift, Incubation, Leading Change, Endurance.
Li8ht Your LIFE™
Academy of ATvisor™
Live and lead wiser
Most Powerful Book about Change
Intentionally Becoming Different
Meet Alexander Trost
A change leader and reflective listener
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