Growth and new challenges imply, both for the indiviadual and for the organizational units, a willingness to change.
From the experience of a “we-feeling” to the avoidance of open or latent conflicts, all of these measures promote the optimal operation of business processes.
- Key elements of successful teamwork
- Building effective structures in teamwork
- Results-oriented communication culture
- Structured and constructive feedback
- Integration of new employees and processes
- Clarification and implementation of the mission statement
- Conflict recording and successful resolution
- Continuous increase of the potential
Management & Junior Managers
Leading means achieving goals with employees. To do this, however, means handling real personalities, behaviors and experiences.
Almost all managers and many more future managers know and use only around a third of this potential.
- Strategic planning and management
- Developing authentic behavior
- Shaping and enforcing ideas
- Staff appraisal and goal formulation
- Situational leadership styles and behavior
- Improved performance through motivation
- Employee selection and interviewing
- Conducting result-oriented meetings
All development-goal examples described can be implemented alone or combined into a customized training plan for the development of your employees.