The need to act in an economically sustainable way is growing day by day. Nevertheless, although we are rationally...
Stress and learning: neurobiological perspective in change management
If we want to be successful leaders in times of constant change we need to learn how to adapt to new environments, how to quickly learn new things, and last but not least how to motivate our teams to do the same.
Warum es uns so schwer fällt, nachhaltig zu leben.
Wie können wir nachhaltiger leben - sowohl auf der Ebene von Organisationen als auch auf der persönlichen Ebene? Wie...
The Trinity Of Leadership: Theory and Practical Benefits
This week of our countdown to 2023 we offer you to take a deeper look into what kind of leader you are – the end of...
Crafting an appealing Mission Statement: the neuroscience perspective
A mission statement is commonly used by companies to convey their purpose, values and main principles. It serves as a...
#ODQuarterly: Change Management Diagnostics
The live webinar gives a use-case of contemporary change architecture, how to interlink it with change diagnostic and we will deep dive on the “Change Eye” – an easy-to-use tool which shows how people affected feel about a change project.
#CPTalk: Compatibility of Career, Private Life & Family
The live panel discussion will go in between the in-between of the topic of “Compatibility of career, private life and family” addressing questions like: How much is life and our life pursuit still dominated by “work”?
#ODQuarterly: Managing Hypergrowth from a HR perspective – The story of LILIUM / with Sebastian Lesch
The story of LILIUM is truly a revolution in sustainable, high-speed regional air mobility. Today 58 nationalities from different company backgrounds work in 4 global offices to make one dream come true: building radical better ways of moving.
What is feedback for and why do you need it as part of your company’s culture?
Feedback is, on the one hand, the description of a specific behavior or result and, on the other hand,
the verbalized effect that is triggered in the feedback giver. Feedback is never objective, but rather
Stress in the brain: on the neurobiology of resistance
Why do people have such a hard time processing change? The answer gives a clue as to how we can proceed to achieve greater willingness to change. From a biological point of view, unwillingness to change is the most natural thing in the world. It is even a guarantee for our survival.