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Killing two birds with one stone

We help organizations, teams and managers to gain deeper and differentiated insights that create fertile ground to be able to act more appropriately, where reason and emotion come to play together instead of tightening the legs towards each other. This ensures that energy is used correctly and that you ultimately becomes able to produce better results. It also means that we work with clients who have both ambition, courage and are willing to put themselves at risk. Our customers are aware that they can not only organize themselves out of challenges, but the irrational and emotional is also important to get handled, if you e.g. want to implement a new strategy or carry out a major cultural change.

 

Working this way, you will create experience based learning in management, while the organization undergoes an evolution: Killing two birds with one stone.

Kirsten and Hanne managed to get us to reflect on our individual behavior and how we each contributed to the team's overall performance. Subsequently, we were suddenly a team in a much broader sense than before. We got kicked in the bottom in a loving way - and we liked it.

- Brian Karstens, former Director at Bacardi-Martini Danmark A/S, now Category Group Manager, Coop

Kirsten managed, through her ​​deep insight into both strategy and people, to redeem some of the natural ingrained conflicts within the team and to create a common and deeply rooted cooperative foundation. This has proven to have a lasting positive impact on the team as conflicts are now resolved constructively, and the team is focused on performing through the development and execution of the common strategy.

- Conny Kalcher, Vice President at LEGO COMPANY

Hanne facilitated a strategy process for the management team of The Danish National Lottery, where she through the process and insights secure joint ownership. Secondly the process included a visible need for adjustment of the organization and its structure, which is now completed with great impact on both job satisfaction and performance.

- Mette Dyhr, CEO, The Danish National Lottery