• Georg Willmann Coach

Mission Statement

I empower people to fulfil their potential.

As the holder of a German Diplom (equiv. to M.Sc.) in Psychology, I empower people to fulfil their unique potential through career-consulting and life-coaching founded on psychological principles.

You are welcome to contact me:

email: willmann[at]willpower.com.de

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Profile

passionate coach.

2018. Back Down Under. Australia was calling and so I’m living and working in the Tropics / Australia / Cairns again. I’m still writing books and passionately offering career-consulting and life-coaching for my dear clients in Germany, Europe and the world via skype, phone and email …

2017. Back in Freiburg. The adventure of writing books and coaching people around the world continues …

2016. WILLMANN THE COACH. goes Australia. Living and working in tropical Townsville, Queensland. It’s an inspiration for my books and I am expanding my e-coaching via skype and email …

2015. My company gets a fresh name: jobID changes into the more personal WILLMANN THE COACH.

2003. Accomplished my advanced training as a certified coach (BDP). Founded my company jobID. My journey into self-employment begins. As a Psychologist with freelance contracts conducting outplacement projects on a large scale. Just to name some of the big players: Siemens (worldwide giant in technology), debitel (televommunications), LBBW (bank) and others. Besides, advised companies with their procedures of selecting personnel. Constantly increased coaching and counselling in my own practice – and started to persue another passion: writing books.

1998. Master Thesis at the German Developmental Service in Berlin (DED) about the procedure of personnel recruitment of Developmental Workers. Subsequently, three years employment as a recruiter with the DED. Followed by three years as a Diagnostician at a Vocational Promotion Center in Bavaria, Germany (Berufsförderungswerk Regensburg).

1968. Born and bred in Freiburg. Starting travelling as a teenager – to Paris on foot, cycling over the Alps, taking a train to Sicily. Finally 18. By car and motorbike through Europe, Africa Sahara and Australien, later around the world (Asien, Australien, USA). Decided not to become a professional traveller. Instead, became an industrial management assistant and then went studying Psychology at the University.

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