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Leadership: the Power of Storytelling

Leadership: the Power of Storytelling

Under the mot­to Lead­er­ship and Sto­ry­telling”, we accom­pa­ny the exec­u­tives of a Ger­man finan­cial ser­vice provider for a year.

The focus is on a Train-the-Train­er pro­gram” in which man­agers inspire each other.

  • Fol­low­ing pos­i­tive psy­chol­o­gy, we assume that every man­ag­er has a set of valu­able lead­er­ship resources; that they like to talk about them­selves and their own moments of suc­cess and glad­ly share this knowl­edge as a train­er, facil­i­ta­tor and pre­sen­ter with man­age­ment colleagues.
  • We there­fore devel­op a rad­i­cal­ly sub­jec­tive process of action that focus­es on the lead­er­ship per­son­al­i­ty” with all of their experiences.
  • In a lab, the man­agers cre­ate their own train­ing set­tings under the mot­to My recipe for success”.
  • They pass on their ideas, impuls­es and insights to their man­age­ment col­leagues. From real life, for real life.
  • It comes in dig­i­tal and ana­log for­mats. The par­tic­i­pants imple­ment spe­cial sto­ry­telling meth­ods: indi­vid­u­al­ly, imag­i­na­tive­ly and practically.
  • As pro­duc­ers and con­sumers of the train­ing cours­es, the par­tic­i­pants deep­en their con­fi­dence in them­selves and their colleagues.
  • Last but not least, they draw new courage and fresh ener­gy for the adven­tures of every­day leadership.

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A good sto­ry is so much more than a set of facts. A good sto­ry moves and inspires. It com­bines mean­ing and ener­gy. Here you will learn what intel­li­gent sto­ry­telling can do for your organization.

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