“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company

"Here’s what you need to know most about leadership: Lead your own life first. The only thing in this world that will dependably happen from the top down is the digging of your grave.” - Stan Slap

Ask yourself?

  • Are you looking for process support that actually produces transformation and let's people progress sustainably?
  • Had enough of providing a trickle of in the end impactless 'capacity building'?
  • Are you willing to invest in preventing burn out properly?
  • Do you want to be individual, team, and organisation invested at the same time and have everybody be capable to re-energise the joint endeavor?
  • Want to truly be more than the sum of the potential within?

Many leaders make a mistake when developing change management processes. They ask 'what it is they need to do to get there'. We will show you how to ask 'who you need to be and how you need to empower yourself and others to get there'.  You will then have a team that is actually 'tooled up' from inward out.

My programs are off the beaten track

  • they employ methodologies that create consciousness and transformation,
  • they seriously prevent burn out,
  • they are based on quantum physics. neuroscience, and language theory, while staying straight forward, simple, and effective,
  • they move teams from destructive conflict into consciously employing "enthusiasm energy",
  • they turn diversity into an asset,
  • and they teach people how to be responsible for their circumstances and employ their creative power.

The large majority of changes require 'changes in intuitive behavior' to succeed. Yet, astonishingly enough the return of investment in sharing leadership, tooling everybody up, and moving resistance to change into burning engagement for the future, is often not seen as the key investment for measurable return. In reality,  it is the other way round: investing in a process focused on people's consciousness is likely to yield many hundred times the success than any procedural system change can (though they are necessary to implement alongside).