The will towards higher innovation and performance is best implemented if it is embeded in day-to-day leadership activities on all levels

We work with six important, but underestimated day-to-day leadership practices:

Rich Context Setting

Bridging the divide between management and lower levels by making available rich context and meaning.

Design for Emergence

Using powerful ways to energize meetings by using a design to address critical, “hot” issues and to elicit unusal ideas.

Quality of Conversations

Initiating a mind-set shift by changing deliberately ongoing conversations on various organizational levels.

Identity Awareness

Making aware and connecting to the most powerful source of energy and determination in organizational units.

Progress Principle

Strenghtening the experience of progress which is the most important factor for motivation.

Informed Decision-Making

Moving from a verbal culture of complaining about critical issues towards effective decision-making preparation.