Coaching in Zug for Expats - Executive and Life Coaching
Success Choices specializes in executive coaching and life coaching in Zug for expats in English, German and Spanish and provides coaching workshops. We focus on multicultural and international coaching sessions to help you deal with your new environment and to offer support on how to make the most of your new life and new job abroad.
Success Choices helps individuals and executives to be proactive in developing multiethnic skills and creating more awareness about the different behaviors and way of thinking in the environments where they live and work. This helps to cultivate cultural curiosity in order to learn from one another and to develop empathy and respect in blended scenarios.
Success Choices offers personal coaching in Zug, or if you prefer online coaching, we offer counseling via Skype, WhatsApp, LINE, FaceTime or by telephone. Book your coaching session now to be enlightened and discover what life success strategies you may not been aware of.
Some Interesting Facts About Zug
- Zug City is a globalized small town in the heart of Switzerland. It is home of 28'000 people from 127 nations. The city offers beautiful parks on the lake side and a nice view to the alps landscape. Zug survived a mix of tradition and modernity. There is a combination of new business towers and old town houses.
- In article Zug, from the website: Travel to Switzerland.ch, Jason Preston found that the canton Zug is the smallest Kanton in Switzerland and its capital has a large number of local and international firms that only have their headquarters in Zug city. The main reason for this is because Zug has one of the lowest taxes in Switzerland. There are more than 24,300 registered companies in Zug and over 70,000 jobs in the canton. In the higher regions of the canton the population is mainly engaged in pastoral pursuits and cattle-breeding. Zug has many cherry farms not far from the city.
- From 54 Hectares assigned to the production of cherries in central Switzerland, 12 Hectares are in canton Zug. On average, every Swiss person eats one kilogramme of the fruit between June to the end of July, with Migros selling over 113 tons in its central Swiss outlets last year alone