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Leadership Excellence

We understand leadership as a complex communicative process to determine and reach common entrepreneurial objectives. Often people think of hierarchical structures when they hear "leadership". In our understanding, however, leadership does not necessarily imply such a function, but can take place in any position. Leadership can be seen on all levels of an organization, as well as at its fringes.

We understand leadership excellence to mean the willingness and ability of people and organizations to continuously develop their own leadership competences in three connected areas: organizational context, organizational dynamics, and personality. Leaders who are able to reflect on the logic of these three areas, to communicate and integrate it into their decisions and actions, show leadership excellence. This is only possible when one´s own leadership attitude and practice is regularly reflected on. Organizations that set up and develop effective and efficient governance structures determine the scope of action for leadership excellence.

Three Areas of Leadership Excellence

Leadership in an Organizational Context

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Institutional Context

  • Economic and social value creation
  • Interchange of business, politics, and society
  • Global standards of good governance
  • Strategies of value creation
  • Governance ethics
  • Shared value principle

Personal System of the Leader
Understanding of leadership
Conflict areas of leadership and dealing with differences
Power, character, and the ethical basis of actions
Self navigation system and one´s own values
Intended effects and unintended side effects
Reflected leadership practice

Strategy and structure of the organization

  • Strategic organizational governance
  • Strategic interdependencies
  • Stakeholder management
  • Integrity management
  • Good corporate governance
  • Economic success and social responsibility
  • Future viability and sustainability of the organization

Leadership and Organizational Dynamics

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System of Cooperation

  • Formal and informal organization
  • Culture and subculture
  • Transcultural management
  • Change and stability in organizations
  • Learning capacity of organizations
  • Power and politics in organizations
  • The art of intervention
  • Leading staff members and teams
  • Theory and practice of developing organizations and leaders

Leadership and One´s Own Personality

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Personal System of the Leader

  • Understanding of leadership
  • Conflict areas of leadership and dealing with differences
  • Power, character, and the ethical basis of actions
  • Self navigation system and one´s own values
  • Intended effects and unintended side effects
  • Reflected leadership practice