Interim talk or 4-Point-Review How can we close the gap between the annual Performance Review and the more reactive daily leadership business? How can we specify the complex and often intangible leadership job so that it can be specified and broken down easier? How can I find out and report as a supervisor whether […]
Taken from Jost Meyer 1. What is status? The term status as used here was first used by Keith Johnstone in the context of his theatre work. It is a useful tool for the analysis and guidance of communication. In the first instance it characterises a perceivable behaviour by a person with […]
Preparation Contact Body language, non-verbal insults? Congruence of body and tone of voice? Hurting the person? Be aware of non-verbal changes and address them: I see that you lean back, so I have the impression that … Preparation questions · What exactly are the initiators? · Why do I want this dialogue? · What are the […]
Working with fun and success – who doesn’t want that?! So what’s stopping us? It’s easy to find answers: I have the wrong tasks; I have the right tasks but the wrong means; if I have the means, I am lacking people or information without which I cannot go any further. When I have […]
Every human being has a picture of the core of his being. This core, however, is not always to be “seen”, or not in its entirety. People play certain roles that make social life easier because of the rules that are linked to the respective roles. We can experience how significant these roles are when […]
¬The Three Ego States ¬Positive and Negative Effects ¬Challenging the Ego States The Three Ego States The Ego States form a model of explanation in the transactional analysis of the human personality. They are structured and defined modes of experience and behaviour. Transactional Analysis makes the assumption that every person […]
1. Basic feelings Taken from Dan Casriel In psychology we find a lot of theories to define and describe feelings. One of them is the theory of the basic feelings of Dan Casriel. He developed it over the years working as a physician and psychotherapist, and his theory is still applied in the field […]
There are only five different ways to handle problems and challenges: two of them are inadequate and three of them are suitable!
Personal working techniques · Time planning/time management · Optimisation of day’s schedule · Effectivity and efficiency reserves · Priorities · Leadership techniques Why does timing have to be planned? In a year-long study, "stopwatch in hand", a Pittsburgh consultancy […]
There are two different ways of dealing with failure and mistakes that lead to completely different consequences.