Our understanding of goals-oriented executive development
In future, only companies that succeed in activating and developing their most important asset, namely the potential of their employees, will be successful.
This means our executives will have to radically rethink how they do things. The challenge is no longer restricted to technical, economic and organisational factors. On the contrary, it is increasingly a matter of intellectual, cultural, communicative and social factors. Here it is necessary to look for and find answers that are relevant to a future-oriented management culture.
Company executives, strategists and architects will have to review their management culture and style not just on the basis of pragmatic, but also ethical standards if they wish to remain successful as human resources managers.
Our executive development programme provides guidance and represents a comprehensive and target-oriented executive development product.
We assume that the road to identification, absorbing knowledge and finally to autonomous, entrepreneurial action is a dynamic cycle. To this end, we have developed the “Target-oriented commitment and actions” model.
It illustrates a further aspect of the learning process.
It’s not just a matter of imparting instrumental knowledge, but involves promoting skills. Further education and training needs to take place earlier and in more depth in order to have a more long-term and sustainable effect.
It is first necessary to lay the foundations for awakening new attitudes and to bring about a sense that a new era is about to dawn in the individual spheres of activity and hence also throughout the entire company.
This basis is the prerequisite for the emergence of a sense of orientation in the ongoing training process, ranging from practising skills and the fine tuning of management technique to the optimum cooperation of all employees according to the vision and management guidelines and/or the corporate strategy.