For Kiggen, becoming a coach and consultant was a long, but linear, road. In fact, there is an unconscious central thread to her career. After studying business administration, she began working in the marketing sector and quickly grew into being a marketing manager. This leading position offered her the possibility to see and feel the experience of both herself and her co-workers first hand. Naturally she also gained extensive practical knowledge as to the operational way of supporting her employees, as well as herself. In order to improve those abilities further, she completed two individual coaching trainings.