Edit Horváth-Pelejtei PCC is a qualified Business and Executive Coach graduated at KPMG Academy Budapest, with a demonstrated history – over 3000 hours’ experience – in coaching. She has been coaching for personal development, executive coaching, team building, and for leadership as well for various topics in organizations, such as the Cologne-Rotterdam Erasmus Executive MBA programme since 2019. As a trainer she does assertive communication trainings, transactional analysis-based communication, delegating or empowerment trainings.
Besides being a dedicated coach Edit also teaches coaching skills at various places and online as a registered International Coach Federation (ICF) mentor coach. Her international accreditations at ICF are ACC (2014), and PCC (2017); additionally, now working on her Master Coach Accreditation, and psychodrama therapist degree – a special skill for accelerating team coaching. Edit became an expat first 20 years ago when working for the hospitality industry, ever since, she has been on and off being an expat, transforming energies into becoming synergies of different cultures.
Coaching Languages: English and Hungarian
Thank you Edit for everything! After finishing a session with you it feels like I just finished a fitness lesson, I am weary in a way, but energized and full of vitality.Ms. ENIKŐ FERENCZ, Senior Activation Manager, Coca-Cola Hungary
At the university, doctors do not get trained on how to manage employees, office staff, administrative personnel or even customers. After graduation I realized I had 10-15 people working for me, none of which I knew how to communicate with or motivate. I thought money can solve many things for that situation. Edit helped me realize the gaps in my knowledge. So, I learnt something new: for a place that employs 15 people you need a boss, a leader. And for that you need a professional coach.Dr. JUDIT JENEY, CEO Endocenter Ltd., Microscopic Specialist, Diagnostic CBCT Expert
Edit can talk to me in such a way that I realise I am answering questions that lead me towards an answer or solution to my problem. She „gets me” to look at things in a different way, at the same time supports me and gives me courage, so I can resolve problems that were pending for a while and I did not think it had a solution.Ms. KATALIN BÓTA, Branch Manager, Deutsche Bank AG Hungary Branch, Head of IS Central and Eastern Europe
We had a manager in the office whose communications towards other team members were rather brisk and more and more upsetting. It was distressing for me as his leader because it led to road block in communication and in daily work routines. Edit was there with me in the process and helped me to open and see new doors. This is essential in any leader’s role – approaching a problem from the same angle, leads to stalemate. Being in a stuck situation is painfully time-consuming and frustrating situation, which is a major setback to office and business matters.