Dr. Cornelia Topf

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Dr. Cornelia Topf Dr. Cornelia TopfDr. Cornelia Topf is a certified business coach and international management trainer.

Supported for over twenty years Cornelia Topf As an international management trainer and certified business coach, well-known companies of all sizes and industries. Her focus is on targeted communication and success-oriented body language. The promotion of women is particularly important to the doctor of economics. The managing director of “metatalk Kommunikation und Training” in Augsburg is the author of many specialist books and guides that have been translated into numerous languages. These include titles such as “Self-coaching for women”, “Negotiating successfully for women”, “Assertiveness for women”, “The guide book for cheeky women” or “Defusing presentation torpedoes”. Cornelia Topf is also a sought-after expert in the media.

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Latest posts



Style & effect {Work & life}

Body language and competence: The power of effect

If you want to take it further in life, you should learn to understand what's going on in life. Competence is important. And that's often a matter of body language. Read more


Style & effect {Work & life}

Being sovereign: what is sovereign behavior? 2 X 8 Tips

The term sovereign comes from the Latin “superanus” and means “superior”. An unrestricted ruler is a sovereign. A sovereign person is someone who, because of his abilities, is confident and superior in acting and acting. That's what it's about here. Read more


Style & effect {Work & life}

Communicate to success in the job: 3 X 3 tips against career torpedoes

Anyone who works in professional life usually dreams of succeeding. But how do you become successful? At least not by throwing the shotgun at the end of every failed attempt. But what makes success? Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Successful communication in the job: Do babblers have the better cards?

Women often believe that the job is about the job. But good performance contributes only to a small extent to success. Too often, it's about image and acquaintance. Means: who presents himself well, has more success! Read more

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Style & effect {Work & life}

Body Language Control for Job Success: 7 X 3 Tips for Body Language Training

At first impression it comes. And above all in the profession, the external impression is even more important, because it has serious consequences! Our body language is not only effective, but also versatile: voice, posture, seat, gait, as well as facial expressions, gestures and a few other factors. Read more


Style & effect {Work & life}

Body language control for job success: With the right gestures and facial expressions for a better impression

How we act on others, what impression we leave behind, whether we are considered competent or dubious, and whether we can assert ourselves or more often have to lose out - all of this is communicated, inter alia, through body language. How can we control this? Read more


Style & effect {Work & life}

Proper Negotiation and Winning: The Role of Emotions

Heated, often lengthy negotiations are an integral part of human coexistence. There are many examples for this. But what exactly is going on? And why is that justified? Read more