What do you love about coaching?
My career started 27 years ago as a Sergeant in the Danish Army, and it was then I discovered my passion for working with people for the first time. It gave me tremendous joy to teach people how to develop their performance, mindset and overcoming physical and mental barriers to achieve desired results.
Throughout my corporate career, and my recent training with people applying Neuro Linguistic Programming, I have learned that the mind and body are link systems. So what we think is what we feel, and in order to get where we really want to go in life, there has to harmony between the systems.
As a coach I am genuine and committed to support my clients, to truly reach their full potential but in a balanced way. Seeing people transform into a desired state is what I love about Coaching.
How do you unwind?
I have been singing since I was very young and to this day it still is one of my favorite things to do in order to take a break for everyday life. Connecting with music allows me to escape into my own world and anchoring a different state of mind that makes me enjoy the present moment to the fullest.
What inspired you to work with CTG?
I was introduced to Brad through a mutual friend and found instant connection through our values and beliefs. I feel CTG it a great place for me to learn and progress, and by collaborating with CTG I believe I will for-fill my dreams of developing and train great people from all over the world.
Executive Coach and Sales Trainer
Lars Adolfsen's clients have included some of the leading business executives and sales organisations in the world. His passion, communication skills and authenticity create powerful
and emotional moments that produce a “can do attitude’. He is committed to supporting his clients to truly reach their full potential.
Previously he has held a solid track record in Sales Management and Business Development, with over 20 years of international experience within multicultural environments.
Lars features on our Episode 27: A new way of thinking on "The Lockdown Sessions" podcast, August 2020. Details of how and where to listen/watch can be found in our Learning Lounge.