Hello, I am Ivet Pavlova, NLP Business and Leadership Coach, and Trainer with a Wellness Approach. My programs and trainings are personalized, deeply transformational, and result-oriented, taking into consideration the well-being of my clients, their professional goals, and all the surrounding aspects of the environment they live in.
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“Recently I had been promoted to a leader of an independent unit in our company and I was feeling paralyzed. I lost sleep over worries on how to deal with it. The training helped me rework my fears and I found the needed resources to continue and be proactive. I realized that I had been stopping myself. Since then, my work has been flowing smoothly.”
Ivet is very focused on the topic and the shift required to get where client needs to go. I have most enjoyed NLP techniques. They helped me to really get to the bottom of it and refocus on moving forward stronger. The strength of NLP and its use by Ivet is in cutting through noise and delivering results. I have better clarity and tools and techniques to stay focused and move forward.
Abrupt change has happened with my relationships at work and at home thanks to my work with Ivet. Currently, everything happens in calmness and peace. The work is going well without unnecessary emotions. There are more smiles and mutual understanding at home.
Asking George Popovianski, CEO at NET INS Brokers “What is the most valuable thing for you from our coaching partnership?”, he says: “Your questions are very valuable because they are unbiased objective, asked from the site observer. I am involved in my situations and I can’t always ask myself the right questions. But in order to have the right answers, we need to ask the right questions – what you do as a coach.”