On 06.09.2019 we conducted a webinar on the above mentioned topic for all customers, partners and friends of RELEVANT as part of our continuing education program. Our speaker was Anne Schweppenhäußer, Managing Director of C!CERO Organisation Development in Stuttgart, who experienced and moderated several situations and processes with passive-aggressive executives and management teams during her long consulting career.
Fundamentally, the purpose of leadership is to help the team succeed. All of us need to get along, and we also need to get ahead. The team can only grow stronger and achieve its objectives when both motives are managed and balanced. Although analytical intelligence is important in life, emotional intelligence (EQ) is key to relating well to others and achieving your goals. Emotional intelligence is an awareness of your actions and feelings – and how they affect those around you. It also means that you value others, listen to their wants and needs, and are able to empathize or identify with them on different levels. Reversely, if you don’t care about EQ, your career may be prone to derailment.
On 04 July 2019 our jam session "New Leadership? Authentic in turbulent times" #JS19 with over 100 participants took place at Klassikstadt Frankfurt am Main. Together we discussed and highlighted the opportunities and challenges of leadership in the context of New Work. The ideas of leadership are undergoing fundamental change. Will everything really turn different?
Sponsored by RELEVANT and Hogan, the second Prism Award is granted during ICF Germany´s Coaching Day in November in Munich. Nominated are coaching programs that have innovative concepts and/or have made a significant contribution to achieving important corporate goals.
In 2018, we do not give traditional gifts to our customers and partners, but will allow a number of families who have just been freed from slavery to participate in training. For example, they learn to open an account and make sure that their children go to school...
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has completed a test review of the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI), Hogan Assessments’ flagship assessment that describes normal personality. The HPI receives perfect four-star ratings in the Documentation, Reports and User Experience categories.
Managers in the driving seat: How self-guided development works VUCA within and outside of organizations increasingly require managers to self-guide their development. How does this look like? READ MORE
Agility needs stability Becoming a digital enterprise with Google Sprint and a top executive via an app? How managers can avoid buzzword dead ends during digital transformation, is described by Dr. phil. René Kusch, owner of RELEVANT Management Consulting, in the first part of his “Perspectives” interview with Marcel Derakhchan, Managing Director of DLA Digital [...]