"Effective leadership relations require confidence: confidence in yourself, confidence in others and confidence in multiple solution possibilities. People who lead and those who let themselves be led know how to perceive impulses, to reflect on thinking and acting and to learn from the feedback from their surroundings – as an individual, team and organisation.
It is my passion to develop future scenarios together with you and to open up space for relationships which generate value and respect."
Dr. Margret Klinkhammer
Does this feel familiar to you?
Management responsibility at last! Full of energy and euphoria we set to work. We feel that we are giving everything. And yet time and again it doesn’t seem to be enough. A lot of things work, some things don’t. Some people do not seem to be clear about the things which are of particular importance to us, what is relevant when working together and why we wish to protect ourselves by means of occasional monitoring.
The following questions concern us in management situations: What motivates me? How can I increase my effectiveness? In what context do I place my personal perceptions, my feeling, thinking and acting? How do I develop and demonstrate confidence?
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Have you experienced this yourself?
Your team colleagues and employees only seem to be participating half-heartedly and not to understand what contribution everyone must make for the company to be successful. Each person works rather for him/herself, no team spirit emerges. And looking at the bigger picture is more a rarity than a matter of course.
Many questions arise when managing others. And this is completely regardless of whether you have formal or informal, vertical or lateral management responsibility. You must always ask yourself: ”How can I influence my surroundings? Do I act attentively, goal-oriented and consciously, or rather unconsciously and indeterminately? How do I and those in my team select our team members and colleagues? How do we all build together a performance and relationship-oriented team?“
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Do you perceive yourself as a designer?
The market needs to be opened up, market positions secured. Relaxing or “business as usual” do not appear to be possible.
Future-oriented issues concern you as an entrepreneur, employee representative or shareholder: How can we survive in the market in future? Who is the most suitable person for the position of successor? How and when do you best retire from active management? How can I make these strategic management decisions comprehensible to employees and managers so that they will support the necessary changes wholeheartedly?
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When do you intend to make your next stop?
Everyone is looking at you. Watching how you deal with uncertainty. Wanting orientation and stability in an uncertain future. Your familiar network partners inside and outside the company provide outstanding professional support, yet a confidential exchange of information about future-oriented issues rarely arises.
Thus, important questions remain unanswered: What will the situation be like in our line of business, in our market in the mid to long-term? What perspectives do I have to consider in my role? How do I remain healthy, and our company too?
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If you wish to consciously experience and reflect on your effect as a leader, then book our leadership simulation.
Discover what it is like to fill teams with enthusiasm for their tasks. Learn to let a feeling of solidarity and responsibility emerge and, at the same time, ensure that promises of performance are fulfilled by the team members.
We would be pleased to show you the leadership simulation in cooperation with our partner Taifun at a personal meeting.
If you want to experience and reflect on what concretely you can do to be better prepared to difficult management situations and personal conversations in the hospital, book our leadership simulation "Am offenen Herzen".
Experience in practice what it means to communicate clearly in difficult and challenging situations, to set priorities and to assign tasks.
Learn from real practical situations, which exactly reflect your needs, with our consultant Dr. Bettina Hailer.