How many Emails do you draft a day? How many Emails do you receive per day? How many times have you unsuccessfully tried concepts like the “INBOX ZERO” principle? And finally: How many hours do you spend per day to read and spread Emails? And by the way: Have you ever thought about the negative impact on productivity and corporate culture that every single Email authored has? Continue reading if you would like to learn on how to fix it.Continue readingWHY EMAILS DRAIN PRODUCTIVITY & SPOIL CORPORATE CULTURE
Amundsen and Scott raced against each other in 1911/12 to South Pole. They choosed two contrary strategies, tactics and leadership styles to be the first one at the pole: extreme versus balanced leadership. Immerse yourself in two completely different paths to one goal: making the impossible possible.
We wish you all a merry christmas and a healthy, fulfilling and lucky new year!Continue readingExtreme leadership versus balanced leadership
Have you heard about the term “psychological safety” yet? In this post, we explain what stands behind it and how leaders and teams can benefit from reflecting on the safety of their team environment. Continue readingHow safe do you feel in your team?
Talking straight with colleagues, employees and your boss in daily life can be quite a challenge – although we all have been to the feedback seminar, right? Today, we want to showcase how we approached this both sensitive and critical for success topic in a hands-on way with our client the Brüning I Group.Continue readingWe talk straight!
„With everything we do we fullfil the needs of our customers or clients“. This is what a client centric organization stands for. Nevertheless, there is an enourmous gap in many organizations between ambition and reality regarding customer centricity. What about your organization?Continue readingHow to work on trust
When uncertainty is high, being trusted as a leader is more important than ever. Our “trust formula” shows how credibility, reliability, and time foster trust – and how ego undermines it.Continue readingTrust