Lead as you want to be lead
Agile leaders act like “influencers”. They are able to convince people of tasks and goals and actively involve them. They encourage the potential of their employees and support them in their development. They enable the change of perspectives, use conflicts and feedback for reflection and change. They also know that complexity is better managed in a team than alone. That’s why they create conditions that enable employees to contribute fully and take on responsibility. They communicate a vision and provide orientation.
Accordingly, companies that want to be successful need specialists and managers who recognize and exploit the opportunities and potential of the future at an early stage. They are able to effectively combine different interests.
In my leadership trainings, I invite people to reflect as well as to gain new experiences and insights – and supportively accompany them on their path as their coach.
“Managers are strong impulse providers and relationship builders. The ability to combine different interests and align them with corporate goals is fundamental to this.”
The following qualification programs and trainings are designed for managers who need to redefine their role in the agile age, want to shape change, and want to act in a future- and health-oriented way.
Please choose your personal focus from the following topics:
Leading in Change Processes
Agile leadership is characterized above all by an agile mindset and the redefinition of one’s own leadership role. This requires leaders to create an agile culture in which employees can develop their potential and offer their full creativity. In this block, you will learn to design the necessary framework for this and to strengthen the self-responsibility of your employees. You will be given all the essential tools to design this framework as well as support, develop and coach employees and learn to lead consistently in an employee-oriented way.
Leading in Change Processes
Leadership is the key to successful change management. You will learn how to support employees in learning processes to develop new behaviors. You will learn how to provide orientation, how to ensure that the defined goals are implemented quickly, and deal with any resistance or conflicts. Dealing with agile structures and the associated new understanding of leadership also play an important role.
Leading without formal leadership responsibility
Project managers or employees with special tasks often have to motivate teams to cooperate and perform without authority to issue directives. There is no formal leadership qualification. Here, you will learn how to make an appropriate impact through personality, communication and behaviour and learn to apply appropriate strategies.
Future Navigation for Executives
With the PFMP model, you can encourage and develop the central building blocks of the future competence of managers and employees. The focus is on the further development of the personality, the design of an appropriate culture and the development and testing of ideas. I also provide tools that allow you to add the perspective of the future to the usual process steps in planning and project development. Instead of developing steps from past experience, this method helps you to develop projects, procedures or ideas from the perspective of the future. This allows you to try out the possibilities of the future.
Innovation management today requires the ability to think and act across borders. Thinking outside the box and beyond the usual boundaries are important requirements. Added to this is five-dimensional thinking. That means you will be able to consider different levels of abstraction and complexity when developing ideas. In this way, you will increase creative output and set standards for a lasting culture of innovation.
The Slow Moving method provides you with an important guide for consciously dealing with the topic of health in the workplace. You will learn how to lead employees in a way that is health-oriented and yet performance-oriented. The idea is for employees to succeed at their own pace. This leads to greater satisfaction and, at the same time, to a more conscious use of one’s own resources. In our Slow Moving Academy, you will learn to implement this method in practice groups. In the process, you will have the opportunity to reflect on and experience your own ways of thinking and acting.