Beate Nimsky has been a well-known coach and consultant in Germany for over three decades. She accompanies board members and entrepreneurs in their personal development and helps them to develop a new supportive corporate culture, especially after mergers.
She is the owner and managing director of Nimsky GmbH. in Bulgaria and the founder of the Nimsky Academy. With her “Conscious Leader Coaching System” she helps women in particular who want to become self-employed to regain their strength, overcome self-doubt and be successful against all external influences. Beate has personally with Qigong Grandmaster Mantak Chia studied meditation and energy work for more than 10 years, which she is still practicing on a daily basis because this energy work helped her to heal herself after a serious car accident in 1987. She has a Master of Science degree in Coaching, holds a Master Facilitator in personnel development tools, has several facilitator degrees in Kinesiology, in bodywork, attended hundreds of days of leadership training, and brings all of her experience into her work with many other transforming tools from Access Consciousness. She is the author of three books including “Ask-And Create Your Life”. Since 2021, as COO & Chairwoman of the Board and Directors, she has been helping to build the healthcare network, Biotonus Corp., worldwide and empower people to live wealthy, healthy, and happy.
Beate Nimsky has been practicing energy work, healthy nutrition and consciousness for over thirty years. Therefore, there was an immediate inner approval for her to actively shape the implementation of the philosophy of BIOTONUS. In 1986, she moved to the car rental company interRent as sales manager for Bavaria. With a participative and motivating management style, she succeeded in leading the existing sales team, which had been the lowest turnover in Germany, to second place within one year with an almost 40% increase in turnover. In 1989, Beate Nimsky decided to become self-employed. She did not want to go along with the new direction of interRent with the merger with Europcar, which she accompanied internally, despite the tempting offer to move to the management in Hamburg.