Tom Diesbrock

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Tom Diesbrock 84Tom Diesbrock is a psychologist, consultant, team developer and book author.

Tom Diesbrock has had a winding career himself: Starting with medical studies, working in a music project and as a photo editor, he studied psychology and founded a practice for psychotherapy. Today he works in Hamburg as a coach and psychological advisor. One focus of his work is accompanying people in their professional reorientation. His book “Your horse is dead? Get off! ” has been translated into several languages, and his new book “Now Butter at the Fish!” will be published in October.


Latest posts

Success & Management {HR magazine}

Digital transformation and professional reorientation: 5 tips for more structure!

Finding ideas, planning, self-management and overcoming blockages: everything is important for professional reorientation. But worthless if the right structure is missing. 5… Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Digital transformation and career reorientation: 5 tips against self-boycott!

Planning and developing new ideas are undoubtedly important issues. But just dreaming is not enough - there are also stumbling blocks on the ... Read more

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Digital transformation and career reorientation: solving problems instead of brooding!

Many people in Germany find it difficult to re-orientate themselves - for too long the philosophy that you work in the profession you ... Read more