Ilona Kister

Ilona Kister

Consulting - Training - Coaching

For COACHING 4 LEADERS Ilona Kister works as an executive and business coach, consultant and sparring partner, especially for highly sensitive women in business.

With passion and her own sensitivity she supports highly sensitive women to consciously experience their great treasure of feelings, sensitivity and femininity as valuable and to enrich their business in their professional activities with these strengths.

Ilona Kister is convinced that with wise and knowing action every highly sensitive woman can work out and live her supposed weakness into an extraordinary and great strength. She herself is living proof of this with profound personal experience.

For more than half of her successful professional career Ilona Kister has supported, accompanied and experienced many people as a people leader in a large trading company.

In the process, there were many valuable moments that enabled shared growth and that repeatedly demonstrated the importance of lifelong learning and the pursuit of development.

In addition to her work as a coach, mediator, consultant and trainer, Ilona Kister's everyday professional life therefore also involves helping to shape the culture of organizations as a personnel and organizational developer.

The slogan "Cast off" or "untie your lines" has a special meaning for Ilona Kister: In her life, too, there was a moment when the courage, the desire and the curiosity to experience, grow and discover something new was greater than the fear of leaving her own familiar comfort zone.

So she "untied her lines" and successfully sailed off....


  • Business & Executive Coaching
  • Coaching for high-sensitive Women
  • Leadership Excellence
  • Mediation & Conflict Resolution
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organisational Development
  • Training & Facilitation
  • German, English
Ilona Kister

"Ships in harbor are safe; but that´s not what ships are built for.“

- John A. Shedd / Grace Murray Hopper -

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