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Step inside The Coaching Room


Working with The Coaching Room, you will quickly experience a further strengthening of your skills as a manager and leader of employees and projects across borders and cultures. 

The Coaching Room is a concept on coaching executives to “think inside the box”. Using the constraints inherent in the executive’s job to intensify creativity and rethink boundaries while being in a safe space.  


Experience shows it is seldom the lack of intellectual capacity but rather what lies at the very edge of the field of vision which disturbs the leadership abilities. Deep insight very rarely comes from thinking harder about a problem. Sometimes it comes from looking up, or it may come from going deeper - in good company.

This will support your leadership path, using the complex reality to your advantage. 


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Signe Biering Nielsen


Signe has hands-on experience from working with international decision-making in some of the World’s most challenging work environments – the Middle East, India and China as a diplomat and as advisor and coach. She has advised international top executives from a variety of public and private organizations, from politicians and diplomats to the intelligence service, CEO’s and business owners. 

Signe was a diplomat for 20 years with the Danish Foreign Service, her last posting being deputy Ambassador to Israel 2014-18. She left the foreign service to found The Coaching Room in 2018 where she advises companies and coaches leaders. Alongside her work in The Coaching Room she, along with Danish Industries, Copenhagen Capacity and The University of Copenhagen, has initiated a research project on how to better attract and retain international talent in Danish companies. 

Signe is married with two children and lives in Copenhagen.

  • Certification as Systemic Coach (Attractor, Copenhagen), 2013

  • Studies business therapy (ID Academy, 2018-22)

  • MA in European Administration (Bruges, Belgium), 1996

  • LLM in International Law (Master in Law, Copenhagen, Denmark), 1995.