Leadership – Character and Charisma Lead to Success

Target audience:

Anyone in the business of managing staff

Content, description:

Managing staff is undoubtedly one of our greatest challenges; an art, adventure and passion rolled into one. Being boss also means being a coach, human and decision-maker. You’re supposed to have a solution and answer to every problem; at the same time, you’re the “Boss” – or that’s what your staff expect, at least. As a person responsible for staff, it goes without saying that your team is constantly monitoring whether you actually possess all the skills expected of you. The more strained the situation, the more staff will be seeking a “strong hand”, a person always in charge of situations who knows exactly what needs to be done. It would be foolhardy to believe that managers could possibly be 100% up to this task, day in, day out. The job is too sensitive, complex and time-intensive. On top of this, anyone responsible for staff also has wide-ranging daily business of their own to deal with. Since you have decided to manage and develop employees, however, you are obliged to do everything within your power to overcome the challenge with bravado, and live up to your position as BOSS.

You cannot always be a hero – but you can always be human

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Key topics

  • The most important management principles
  • Corporate goals – the basis for orientation
  • Managing with style – the different management styles, best-suited to the respective situation
  • Who’s got the ball – passing your employees the ball by making them think
  • The 3 “F’s” for successful staff development
  • The two axes for being and working together successfully
  • Handling change
  • Get to know your employees – the structured staff appraisal
  • The four steps in non-violent communication
  • CSR –CorporateSocialResponsibility – management approach for sustainability and responsible entrepreneurship
  • Efficient process and team-management
  • The power of empathy
  • Why successful communication has to happen on an equal footing

Please choose your preferred topics; the details and timing of the training, workshop, etc. are defined in the free initial discussion.