The constant in the face of challenges

What it takes in times of change:   We live in incredibly fast-paced times. Today's trends can be obsolete tomorrow and new developments appear…

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Game Changer 21st Century Skills: The truly relevant skills

What specific skills do leaders and employees need today? Managers are supposed to excel in their expertise, be analytical and strong…

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How to manage complexity

Management Cybernetics: how to handle complexity in organizations How can you solve complex problems without losing the buy-in of your employees?…

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Phygital Collaboration

Phygital Collaboration: the future of teamwork is born

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we never even thought about whether we’d be in the office for the team meeting next Tuesday. Where else would we be?…

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Mindset

The “impossible is nothing” mindset

Here’s why we all need that “impossible is nothing” mindset "But that won't work" is probably the most common response we get when presenting ideas…

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Is leadership like cooking?

Looking for the secret sauce: Can one learn to lead? In 2007 Walt Disney presented its new animation movie Ratatouille, in which a little rat called…

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Global leadership: learn to spot and understand cultural differences

We live in a connected world where global trade, barrier-free communication, and fast travel are considered a given, for instance. Similarly, we…

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Mind the gap

Mind the gap: how to bridge the generation gap at work successfully

What does it mean for leaders to have both newcomers and soon-to-be retirees on the team? Let’s have a look at this very interesting question…

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Look after yourself: Health-oriented Leadership starts with YOU

Everyone seems to be talking about Health-oriented Leadership (HoL) right now. As leaders, we need to take responsibility for our health. Plus, we’re…

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Shared Leadership

Shared leadership: just a trend or the future of leadership?

The one and only Jeff Bezos. Jack Ma. Christine Lagarde. They all have one thing in common: they are considered people with excellent and…

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