Whether at the beginning of a project or the opening of a new department, office or branch, new teams entrusted with novel tasks or faced with internal structural change must (re-)develop a common understanding of their goals, responsibilities, competencies and roles. Only when there is clarity about framework conditions, structures and objectives, can employees work confidently and smoothly as a coherent unit. I’m here to help. A successful start saves energy, financial resources and minimises frustration.
Many changing factors - within and outside your project - can influence your work processes and affect whether you achieve your goals.What was successful yesterday may no longer work today. Even successful teams can reach a point where they have to redefine and realign themselves. This process can appear drastic and - for some employees - seem very stressful. I’m here to help you realise that change also brings opportunities and possibilities, through workshops, group and individual coaching.
All teams - whether at home or in the workplace - disagree and experience conflict. However, professional conflicts require a particular kind of solution. When conflicts appear unsolvable, space opens up for resignation and abandonment, also known as inner resignation. In order to escape from this, evasive strategies are developed, sick days increase and productivity decreases. There is no miracle cure for team conflicts - each case must be analysed so that its root causes can be understood. That’s why I develop tailor-made mediation concepts which can consist of training measures, group coaching and individual coaching.