The future is not a coincidence. Learn to
recognize changes early and shape it.
We live in a complex world in which standards are becoming less and less important. Orientation is being lost. Work processes have become more complicated, faster, more uncertain and thus, unpredictable.
Successfully navigating the future requires the ability to reflect and transform, and the development of new, agile mindsets.
What I do.
Develop new capabilities for future thinking and New Work.
I am Michael Moritz – an internationally active consultant, trainer and business coach with a high level of branch-specific knowledge in the development of leadership, communication and intercultural management skills.
The focus of my work is to support managers and employees to better deal with the uncertainties and ambiguities in their areas of operation. This includes the development of agile thinking and acting, the reflection and further development of one’s own leadership role and the encouragement of an innovative environment to increase creativity.
I implement concepts as well as measures to support employee development in a culturally appropriate manner at a national and an international level.
This is how I work
Change processes are only successful if we start from where people actually are
By building trusting relationships, I create a so-called “close to the topic”. An important part of this is appreciating the individual and his or her career. When people feel seen and accepted, they are open to change.
Developing creativity, engagement and a willingness to innovate among managers and employees is one of the most important tasks of companies. Where people are encouraged, room for manoeuvring, opportunities and new perspectives are created. This requires a corresponding culture. Through asymmetric learning and creative methods, I promote the development and tapping of resources.
capacity to reflect
Reflection sounds easy to do. In my view however, it takes courage and experience to question oneself and one’s environment or to deal constructively with uncertainties. It is precisely this level of reflection that is required for an agile mindset. When people reflect, there is an opportunity for innovation.
Through targeted coaching, I develop reflective capacities in managers and employees.
Embracing change can be fun. This requires concepts that combine practice and theory in such a way that the desire for further development is awakened. In my programs and trainings, I create experiences that promote the fun of learning. This has another advantage: When managers and employees enjoy learning, development is sustainable.