I initially came across Sibylle online. She was presenting lectures on a given topic, and as I read the summary for the seminar, I was struck by how positive her world view is.
At the time, I had recently started a new job role and was lacking a lot of confidence in my own ability to "win friends and influence people". I wanted to be different. I wanted to believe in myself.
I enlisted Sibylle's help and she did make a tremendous positive difference to my way of thinking in a relatively short period of time. She has an empathetic and intuitive style of coaching which made me feel safe and comfortable in opening up.
Since this time I've had the opportunity to observe Sibylle as she has encountered her own challenges and I have been impressed with her trueness in practicing her own message. I would happily recommend Sibylle to anyone seeking to fundamentally change their outlook on life for the better and in a tangible way.
Also, I have shared her useful and thoughtful advice in the form of her regular blogs with friends and I and they have found it helpful and timely.
Sibylle Chaudhuri has been one of City Business Library ’s speakers almost since we started offering a programme of workshops and events in 2009.
I have personally attended two of Sibylle’s seminars and found them very well structured, easy to follow and professionally delivered.
Her seminars are interactive, filled with practical information, suggestions, self-reflection and food for thought. She is a knowledgeable and engaging speaker practising very useful techniques that work in everyday life. Sibylle acts in a natural and authentic manner communicating with the group. Her compassionate and understanding approach makes you feel welcome and relaxed.
I look forward to my next seminar with Sibylle and would highly recommend her as a speaker and trainer.
We always receive excellent feedback from delegates who have attended her sessions. They are always fully booked.
Head of London City Business Library
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