Our approach to management coaching is based on the model of cognitive- behavioural development. It makes use of a tried-and-tested combination of methods evolved from different schools of thought, developed over years. We focus on the perception and comprehension of personal convictions and views to develop leadership behaviour. For our work with companies, departments, and teams, we combine our own leadership experience with in-depth knowledge of organization development, psychology, and the dynamics behind individual and organizational change processes.
“The People Side of Business” arose from the conviction that professional success flourishes on a synthesis of management expertise and interpersonal skills. The same applies to authentic leadership behaviour – both of individual managers and entire companies. Reorganisation and cultural transformation efforts within a company are most successful when they actively involve their staff. Fears and resistance are important components of any process of change. It is not structures or departments that merge – it is their employees. People do not decide to quit a company – they leave their boss. You can only be perceived as an attractive employer if your employees truly experience and benefit from the company values that are being advertised.