2-part seminar series for executives, HR professionals and managers, employees, external and internal consultants, business developers, coaches and project and program managers and anyone who wants to shape culture and take their personal effectiveness to the next level.
Courage is considered a key skill on the way to more agile and flexible forms of work. In the past, too, courage was a necessity in working life: addressing conflicts, disagreeing with superiors, courageously approaching neighboring departments that were defensive - every form of organization had its own special features where courage is helpful. This article deals with what courage actually is and how courage can be developed.
Psychological income can be understood as the satisfaction of emotional needs associated with work. For example, these are security, freedom, performance, authenticity, independence, etc. The perception of the employee and the culture of the company have an effect on the perceived psychological income.
Reorganizations sometimes seem to be the panacea for all problems of companies. Undoubtedly, reorganizations are necessary because the structure of an organization is significant. Nevertheless, reorganizations often fail or the goals of the reorganization are only partially achieved. In this article, we highlight the importance of culture in the context of reorganizations and how it is that reorganizations usually contribute little to the development of corporate culture.
The good in the crisis? Does that exist? What, then, can be drawn from this unhappy history, apart from all the difficulties associated with the Covid 19 situation? A conversation by Ursula Wolf and Oliver Winkel. This time outdoors - with all the difficulties that we video amateurs have to deal with. Wind, light, shadow. We continue to learn.