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CORNELIA KALCHER TSUHA

Cornelia is excited to also be part of Sladen Consulting. Originally from Austria, Cornelia has worked internationally for more than a decade as a professional certified Coach, specializing in Cross-cultural Coaching, Talent Management, and Leadership for global success and sustainable high performance.

After earning her MBA, she moved to Washington DC, where she worked at the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank for eight years. Working for International Organizations sparked her passion for cross-cultural coaching, communication and performance.

 In 2003, Cornelia took a leap of faith and moved to Tokyo to bring her work and passion for people to Asia. In Tokyo, she has worked with leading global Human Resource Consulting companies on Leadership Coaching/Development and various Management Trainings for eight years.

Her passion and life commitment is to support leaders in being successful through sustainable high performance globally and locally while feeling fulfilled.

Cornelia is committed to build new, and strengthen the existing bridges between cultures and countries. Her specialization is to deliver people-powered solutions for Talent Management, Global Leadership Development, Change Management, and Transition.

Last book you read…
"Braving the wilderness” – I love Brené Brown´s books and teachings.

Your heroes include…
Anyone who is following his/her dreams – who is afraid and does it anyway.

Favourite line from a film…
"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you are gonna get.” From Forrest Gump.

Best day at work (so far)…
Anytime people let go of their ego, show up and shine.

Who make you laugh…
My husband.

Last journey you took…
Rome – what an amazing city where the past and future, tradition and modern is beautifully combined.

What’s on your desk…
Besides my PC and desk lamp, little things that inspire and remind me of my mission.

How do you deal with stress…
A hot bath, going to a spa or meditation.

3 people you’d like to have dinner with (dead or alive)…
My father, my “Japanese” mother, my nephew.

Favourite place…
Wherever I feel in-tune with nature or the surrounding elements. It can be in many places like Japan, Hawaii, Austria.