Increase your im•pact

with Hélène Cuenod

im•pact 

[ ɪmˈpækt ]


meaning, significance, effect, influence, impression, collision, contact, shock, smash, ...

I wish to have a positive im•pact on people around me. I see this as my personal mission. It gives me direction and purpose and I am glad to incorporate this into my work.

Do you want to increase your im•pact? Find the meaning to your work? Empower people around you? Find purpose in your life?

I am convinced that the way to get there is to know yourself better. Therefore, I will guide you through your questions: How do I define and achieve my goals? What is my potential? What do I want for myself? What do I still want to achieve? How can I find the right life balance? How I develop my leadership?

Improve yourself

Reach new goals

Empower others

go for im•pact

executive coaching 
& mediation

I help you with

business, coaching, career, questions, development, leadership, leading a team, know yourself, lead, talent development, CV,

Executive coaching

Build your resilience, activate your resources and lead with im•pact.

Career coaching

Increase your im•pact at work thanks to more motivation and productivity.

skills, workshop, tailored workshops, development, personal development, cohesion, career, impact, strengthen, evolve, joy

Workshops

Improve the im•pact of your teams with short and focused training.

mediation, conflict, solve, solving, resolution, peace, relationships, cooperation, team strengthening, cooperation, together

Mediation

Solve your conflicts with im•pact and keep relationships upright.

Book your free 30 minute consultation today

Hélène, Cuenod, Coach, Mediatorin, international, Training, Wissen, wachsen, verbessern, impact, Entwicklung, Organisation,

Hélène Cuenod MA

I am an independent business coach and mediator.

After three years in adult education, I have worked for 12 years in the field of international development with over 50 institutions from 20 countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East.

I have founded go for im•pact coaching in 2019 and I offer mediation since 2023 too.

With go for im•pact I want to support people in developing their personality and unfolding their potential. 

References

Sabine, 42, Vienna, Managing director of an international NGO

Satisfied and motivated employees are the greatest asset for a company. People who go through the MORE skills analysis gain important insights.
Thanks to the coaching with Hélène Cuenod, I can assess myself better and benefit from this as a manger. I have recognized the purpose of my work and I act with more personal responsibility as a result.

Kathrin, 42, Cologne, Head of Sustainability Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement in the energy sector

Hélène supported me very well when making the decision between two promotions. She asked exactly the right questions to help me work out my values, wishes and needs.

Delphine, 34, Vienna, Head of Partners Ecosystems in digital banking

I have worked with many approaches in Human Resources management and I am amazed by the efficiency and the simplicity of the MORE skills analysis. 
Many things have become clearer to me through this process! 

Cedric, 37, Geneva, Director of an international consulting company

Hélène's expertise helped me prepare my business case as well as in the preparation of the assessments for my promotion to director. 
Hélène showed great sharpness and excellent expressiveness in formulations that were straight to the point.

Martina, 45, Zug, Senior Director International Compliance and Data Privacy in the pharmaceutical industry

A year ago I was tasked with setting up a compliance team online in Latin America. With Hélène's professionalism and multicultural experience, I was able to successfully implement this task.

Charles-Henry, 38, Annecy, Fixe Income Sales in the financial sector

I can highly recommend Hélène. I was able to recognize and utilize my current strengths and knowledge to better achieve my life and business goals. Hélène's excellent listening and formulation skills helped me greatly throughout the entire process. One of the most important learnings for me was that I learned how to better combine what I can do and what I like to do.

Livia, 46, Bern, Managing Director of a federal agency


Hélène supports me in my development as a manager. Since then, my self-confidence and self-assurance have grown and I can deal with difficult employees very well.

Wojciech, 30, Geneva, independent eventmanager


Hélène quickly understands complex work processes and conveys empathy and sensitivity, which is very helpful in difficult professional relationships and conflict situations.

Florence, 39, Vienna, Free-lance journalist

I really like that Hélène perceived me in my wholeness as a working mom. It was very important for me to be able to bring all aspects of my life into the coaching and sort them out.

Petra, 42, Salzburg, Business psychologist at a large Austrian corporation

With Hélène Cuenod I became more deeply aware of the motivation behind my actions. I recognized the common themes of my path so far and was able to pinpoint my key strengths and goals.
For HR managers MORE is an important tool to identify resources, both for the benefit of the company and the employee.


Marine, 37, Singapore, Regional Operations Manager in the luxury goods industry


Hélène Cuenod has an exceptional sense for people and is an excellent listener. She helped me to ask the right questions, to look deep inside myself and to find the answers that fit me. In our sessions, she guided me in becoming aware of my values, my desires and my needs. 
She helped me organize my thoughts and set new personal goals. I really appreciated her accuracy.

Maria, 33, Vienna, Marketing manager in an international NGO 

Dear Helene! Thank you for our coaching session. In the blink of an eye, you were able to help me with many unnoticed "problems" that I realized I had been carrying around for years. After our session, I felt truly inspired and empowered to work better.

Ana, 36, Geneva, architect in a large corporation

Thank you for your insightful view of my situation. They made me aware of how I can talk to my boss or HR to change unpleasant situations. I thought I would have to leave my employer. Your advice gave me arguments and courage!

About 

go for im•pact 



Projects

bilan de compétences, autriche, vienne, CV, carrière, promotion, congé maternité, motivation, talent, test, carrière, avenir,

The MORE skills analysis

peur du futur, orientation professionnelle, jeune, e´tudes, carrière, ateliers, vienne, autriche, groupe, soutien, révéler

Workshops for youth

Cooperations

References

Certificates and licenses

Advanced Business und Management Coach - European Coaching Association

Gewerbe der Unternehmensberatung

Gewerbe der Lebens- und Sozialberatung

Global Leadership Coach Pool

Vertragspartnerin der HAUFE Akademie

Österreichischer Bundesverband für Mediation

Eintragung als Mediatorin beim Bundesministerium für Justiz

Expertenpool Mediation des Fachverbandes Personenberatung und Personenbetreuung

go for im•pact 

executive coaching 

& mediation


Hélène Cuenod MA

+43 660 399 69 74

[email protected]

Möllwaldplatz 5
1040 Vienna
Austria 

Terms

Created with Sketch.

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

of Go for impact e.U., business consultancy, here below called Go for impact.

1. General Terms and Conditions / Scope 

1.1 All legal transactions between the Principal and Go for impact shall be subject to these General Terms and Conditions exclusively. The version valid at the time the contract is concluded shall be applicable. 

1.2 These General Terms and Conditions shall also apply to any future contractual relationships even if these General Terms and Conditions are not expressly referred to in collateral contracts. 

1.3 Any conflicting General Terms and Conditions on the part of the Principal shall be invalid unless they have been explicitly accepted in writing by Go for impact

1.4 If any provision of these General Terms and Conditions is or becomes invalid, the other provisions and any contracts concluded pursuant to these provisions shall not be affected thereby. The invalid provision shall be replaced by a provision which best corresponds to the intention and economic purpose of the invalid provision. 

2. Scope of Consulting Assignments / Representation 

2.1 The scope of each particular consulting assignment shall be individually agreed by contract. 

2.2 Go for impact shall be entitled to subcontract, in whole or in part, the services for which Go for impact is responsible to third parties. Payment of said third parties shall be carried out exclusively by Go for impact. No contractual relationship of any kind shall exist between the Principal and said third party. 

2.3 During the validity of this Contract and for a period of three years after termination thereof, the Principal shall agree not to enter into any kind of business transactions with persons or organisations Go for impact employs to perform Go for impact’s contractual duties. In particular, the Principal shall not employ said persons or organisations to render consulting services the same or similar to those offered by Go for impact

3. Principal’s Obligation to Provide Information / Declaration of Completeness

3.1 The Principal shall ensure that during the performance of the consulting assignment, organisational conditions in the Principal’s place of business allow the consulting process to proceed in a timely and undisturbed manner. 

3.2 The Principal shall also inform Go for impact in detail about previously conducted and/or currently active consulting projects, including those in other areas of competency. 

3.3 The Principal shall, in a timely manner and without special request on the part of Go for impact, provide Go for impact with all documents necessary to fulfil and perform the consulting assignment and shall inform Go for impact of all activities and conditions pertinent to the performance of the consulting assignment. This includes all documents, activities and conditions that become known or available during the performance of the consulting assignment. 

3.4 The Principal shall ensure that all employees as well as any employee representation (works council) provided by law, if established, are informed of Go for impact’s consulting activities prior to the commencement of the assignment. 

4. Maintenance of Independence 

4.1  The contracting parties shall be committed to mutual loyalty. 

4.2  The contracting parties shall be obligated to take all necessary measures to ensure that the independence of all persons working for Go for impact and/or of any third parties employed by Go for impact is not jeopardized. This applies particularly to any employment offers made by the Principal or the acceptance of assignments on their own account. 

5. Reporting / Obligation to Report 

5.1 Go for impact shall be obligated to report to the Principal on the progress of services performed by persons working for Go for impact and/or any third parties employed by Go for impact

5.2 Go for impact shall deliver the final report in a timely manner, i.e. depending on the type of assignment, two to four weeks after completion of the assignment. 

5.3 Go for impact shall not be bound by directives while performing the agreed service and shall be free to act at Go for impact’s discretion and under Go for impact’s own responsibility. Go for impact shall not be required to work in a particular place or to keep particular working hours. 

6. Protection of Intellectual Property 

6.1 Go for impact shall retain all copyrights to any work done by Go for impact and/or by persons working for Go for impact and/or by third parties employed by Go for impact (including but not limited to tenders, reports, analyses, expert opinions, organization charts, programmes, performance descriptions, drafts, calculations, drawings, data media, etc.). During the contract period and after termination thereof, the Principal may use these materials exclusively for the purposes described under the Contract. Therefore, the Principal shall not be entitled to copy or distribute these materials without the explicit consent of Go for impact

6.2 Any violation of this provision by the Principal shall entitle Go for impact to prematurely terminate the Contract and to enforce other legal claims, in particular for restraint and/or damages. 

7. Warranties 

7.1 Go for impact shall be entitled and obligated, regardless of fault, to correct any errors and/or inaccuracies in Go for impact’s work which have become known subsequently. Go for impact shall immediately inform the Principal thereof. 

7.2 This right of the Principal expires six months after completion of the respective service.
 

8. Liability / Damages 

8.1 Go for impact shall be liable to the Principal for damages – with the exception of personal injury – only to the extent that these are the result of serious fault (intention or gross negligence). Correspondingly, this also applies to damages resulting from third parties employed by Go for impact

8.2 Any claim for damages on the part of the Principal may only be enforced by law within six months after those entitled to assert a claim have gained knowledge of the damage and the liable party, but not later than three years after the incident upon which the claim is based. 

8.3  The Principal shall furnish evidence of Go for impact’s fault. 

8.4  If Go for impact performs the required services with the help of third parties, any warranty claims and claims for damages which arise against the third party shall be passed on to the Principal. In this case, the Principal shall primarily refer to the third party. 

9. Confidentiality / Data Protection 

9.1 Go for impact shall be obligated to maintain complete confidentiality concerning all business matters made known to Go for impact in the course of services performed, especially trade and company secrets and any other information concerning type and/or scope of business and/or practical activities of the Principal. 

9.2 Furthermore, Go for impact shall be obligated to maintain complete confidentiality towards third parties concerning the content of the work completed, as well as any information and conditions that contributed to the completion of the work, particularly concerning data on the Principal’s clients. 

9.3 Go for impact shall not be obligated to maintain confidentiality towards any person working for Go for impact or representatives of Go for impact. Go for impact is required to obligate such persons to maintain complete confidentiality and shall be liable for any violation of confidentiality on their part in the same way as if Go for impact had breached confidentiality. 

9.4 The obligation to maintain confidentiality shall persist indefinitely even after termination of this Contract. 

9.5 Go for impact shall be entitled to use any personal data entrusted to Go for impact for the purposes of the services performed. Go for impact shall guarantee the Principal that all necessary measures will be taken, especially those regarding data protection laws, e.g. that declarations of consent are obtained from the persons involved. 

10. Remuneration 

10.1 After completion of the services agreed upon, Go for impact shall receive remuneration agreed upon in advance between Go for impact and the Principal. Go for impact shall be entitled to render intermediate accounts and to demand payment on account as required by the progress of the work. Remuneration shall be due and payable immediately after rendering accounts by Go for impact

10.2 Go for impact shall render accounts which entitle to deduct input tax and contain all elements required by law. 

10.3 Any cash expenditures, expenses, travel expenses, etc. shall be reimbursed to Go for impact by the Principal separately, upon submission of the appropriate receipts. 

10.4 In the event that the work agreed upon is not completed due to reasons on the part of the Principal, or due to a premature termination of contract by Go for impact for cause, Go for impact shall be entitled to claim payment in full of the remuneration agreed upon in advance, less expenses not incurred. In the event that an hourly fee had been agreed upon, the Principal shall pay for the number of hours expected to be required for the entire contracted assignment, less expenses not incurred. Expenses not incurred shall be calculated as a lump sum consisting of 30% of the fee required for those services that Go for impactdid not perform by the date of termination of the agreement. 

10.5 In the event that intermediate invoices are not paid, Go for impact shall be released from Go for impact’s commitment to provide further services. This shall not apply to any further claims resulting from default of payment. 

11. Electronic Invoicing 

11.1 Go for impact shall be entitled to transmit invoices electronically. The Principal agrees explicitly to accept invoices transmitted electronically by  Go for impact

12. Duration of the Agreement 

12.1 This Contract terminates with the completion of the project. 

12.2 Apart from this, this Contract may be terminated for good cause by either party at any time without notice. Grounds for premature termination include the following: 

– one party breaches major provisions of the Contract
– one party opens insolvency proceedings or the petition for bankruptcy is denied because of insufficient assets to cover expenses. 

13. Final Provisions 

13.1 The contracting parties declare that all information contained herein is accurate and made in good conscience. They shall be mutually obligated to immediately inform the other party of any changes. 

13.2 Modifications of and amendments to this Contract or these General Terms and Conditions shall be made in writing. This shall also apply to a waiver of this requirement in written form. 

13.3 This Contract is governed by the substantive law of the Republic of Austria excluding the conflict-of-law rules of international private law. Place of fulfilment is the registered business establishment of Go for impact. Jurisdiction in all disputes is the court in the place where Go for impact is based.