Leadership is not a skill that comes naturally; it has to be learned. Because leadership is a complex process that involves reflecting on our behavior, using tools to back up decisions, communicating with a specific goal in mind, and, at the same time, developing an understanding of employees' needs and capabilities. But leadership is also a question of inner attitude: What is my motivation as a leader? What are my core values and competencies? And what does leadership actually mean?
These are questions that you will find answers to in my training sessions. Owing to my didactic training as a secondary education teacher and my experience as an executive, I know how to support you effectively. Conveying advanced methodological competence that is customized to the individual's needs, a high degree of practical adaptability in the professional realm, and an effective learning experience are just as essential as an individual assessment of the subjects covered in the team and the overall corporate context.
Preparation for the first leadership role – a training program for emerging leaders and young executives.
2-3 training modules each lasting 2 days as well as two virtual modules.
Improving and honing leadership skills – for senior executives with at least 3 years of leadership experience. In this training we work, among other things, with a seminar actor who simulates meetings from the day-to-day work as a leader and mirrors the participants in their leadership behavior through role reversal.
2-3 face-to-face modules each lasting 2 days as well as an optional 5 hours of individual coaching per participant.
Nowadays, leaders can no longer know everything themselves. Instead, the knowledge of many individuals is needed to solve complex problems. That is why today's leaders ideally support their employees in developing their own solutions. The way to achieve this: a coaching leadership style. This training conveys the necessary mindset and tools.
Face-to-face training 2 days, optional individual coaching to ensure transfer.
Whether to determine strengths and potential, to describe behavior in stressful situations, or to assess your "fit" in a company, if desired I will use a Hogan Assessment in my coaching and leadership training sessions. Hogan Assessments can be used to predict behavior in organizations and the results can be used directly for your desired personal development. The special feature: The only system in the world that uses three perspectives of personality to describe people in the workplace, this personality diagnostic system measures the external image rather than the self-image. That means: In the context of a coaching measure, the use of a Hogan Assessment makes it possible to specify and accelerate the clarification of tasks and goals. In a training session, it offers participants the opportunity to self-reflect more deeply and to better understand their own personality as well as certain response patterns in the work context. Sounds interesting?