Managers who want to remain competitive in the global marketplace and lead effective teams working with heightened synergy, know that they must exercise an understanding of how the other person wants to be treated in a business setting. Taking the time to get to know the individuals in your group requires a more robust set of managerial soft skills, and effective ways to implement those skills without making an individual feel singled out.
I am certified consultant for the Program “Corporate Value: Human Resources – recruit and retain skilled workers”. This is a promoted advisory service for small and medium-sized enterprises and non-profit organizations. The consulting starts with a free initial appointment on how to develop employee-oriented, age-appropriate and future-oriented personnel strategies. After the initial consultation and if the eligibility requirements are met, companies receive a so-called consultation check, which covers 50 or 80 percent of the costs of up to 10-day process consultation by appropriate experts. Key aspects of the program are the four fields of action of the New Quality of Work initiative: personnel management, equal opportunity and diversity, health management in companies and the transfer of knowledge and skills.
Why communication subsists on the fact not to succeed?
4 Myths of cultural orientations in communication:
We are all the same;
It’s really all about personality;
I need to be myself to connect to others;
I have to adapt to succeed;