You define your role and the demands placed on you. You will develop and discuss, for example, the priorities that you will face in the first 100 days. You then proceed consciously along a
carefully planned route in your new position.
You become aware of your potential and learn how to gain confidence in dealing with employees, supervisors and colleagues. You characterize your new role and define your future conduct. You
analyse the strengths and weaknesses in your team.
You learn how you communicate today and how you can extend and improve your communication skills. You will practice new ways of communication and learn how to approach people empathically,
confidently and with a positive attitude.
You identify the causes of conflict and understand why a certain situation occurred. You will develop alternatives for resolving conflicts and develop your ability to deal constructively with
In burnout prevention coaching, you analyse your motives and how you function as a person, boss or employee. You understand the demands you place on yourself and on others. You develop
appropriate alternatives so that you can distance yourself from the problem. You learn to delegate tasks and concentrate on what is essential.