Louise Plessis is a career and leadership coach for ambitious and brave professionals in Tech. She is French and lives in Berlin, Germany. She has always been passionate about international trade and intercultural. She had the chance to evolve in International environment and speak different languages every day.
She has a background of 11+ years in product leadership roles and has been a coach for 3 years.
Tell us about your life before the venture/ leading up to your venture?
I studied international trade and entered the world of Tech during my studies. I worked in web agencies in Paris and then I joined the biggest Berlin scale ups in the last 8 years where I pursued a career in Product Management. Developing and collaborating with designers and engineers, I had the chance to work in e-commerce, sports subscription and building a coaching platform.
Since I was a child, I was always interested in psychology and the human mind. Coaching became an evidence for me as soon as I started it. It was a side activity to my main job for a while. I have now launched as a self employed independent coach working with individuals and companies.
Tell us something about your organization. What is it about and how is it helpful for people?
My company is called The Positively Inclined Coach. I am a solopreneur for now at an early stage and I would love for it to grow to have a team of talented individuals with the same values.
I empower ambitious and brave professionals to maximize their career potential and leadership skills so they can be an agent of change for themselves, their loved ones and the world.
What has been the response of the consumers towards your venture?
Very good, I have many referrals on my LinkedIn and website.
People like my style. I am honest and trustworthy.
How has your life changed because of your venture?
A lot. I have way more freedom with my time. I feel more creative. I feel like I am doing a lot of the things that I like, and it doesn’t feel like work. I connect with lovely people all around the world and I love it!
Give a motivational message for the audience/women who are reading this.
Be assertive and compassionate with yourself.