& Management-Trainings
for both Executives
and Junior Managers




Where To? Why? What? How? By What Means?  

Leadership is generally considered a person's psychological and social ability in dealing with people. In addition to the personality traits of the supervisor, other factors such as  professional competence and authority, situational conditions, the use of leadership techniques, and social relationships are crucial to successful leadership, thereby becoming a complex social process.

Source: Springer Gabler Verlag (Herausgeber), Gabler Wirtschaftslexikon, Stichwort: Führung, 
online im Internet: http://wirtschaftslexikon.gabler.de/Archiv/78154/fuehrung-v7.html



Your executives and managers will learn how they

  • Define the direction and meaning
  • Set and communicate targets and goals  
  • Develop goal-oriented concepts     
  • Take the right measures and make the right decisions 
  • Keep track of their leadership process at all times
  • Avoid conflicts or manage conflicts
  • Guide their employees 
  • Conduct employee appraisals and appraisal interviews successfully
  • Apply negotiation techniques
  • etc.


  • Group dynamic processes
  • Doctrinal talks
  • Learning-strategies: addressing individual learning channels
  • State-of-the-art findings in behavioral and brain research
  • Role simulations and video-assisted exercises with analysis
  • System simulations
  • Exchange of experience focussing on goals
  • Learning-objectives in plenary and in one-to-one interviews