The leader

Leading scientists now seems to agree upon that credibility is what separates the good leaders from bad. Credibility or authenticity occurs when the head is professionally competent and when there is a relationship between the leader’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviour.

The leader should be able to look inside himself or herself and reflect, and at the same time be able to turn his/her attention outward, to decode a context, and be both willing and have the ability to social attention. Reason and emotion are two natural companions. Most leaders are well versed in the sense part, but the ability to manage their own feelings and at the same time be able to identify and act on the difficult feelings that may lie behind the observable behaviour is key to moving a company forward. E.g. when the challenge is about a lack of willingness to change, no empowerment, changing culture or lack of innovation.

Executive coaching

An executive coaching creates a confidential space for reflection, focusing on objectives and results. The process gives the manager the opportunity - along with a professional, experienced and independent dialogue partner - to examine perspective and reflect on issues and challenges for the company and/or the individual involved.

The process will always be organized individualized according to the wishes and needs of the company and the leader.

Coaching and supervision

Through coaching and supervision, you achieve greater self-knowledge in professional as well as existential and emotional sides of the leadership role.

Supervision may be a way out of an impasse or vacuum. It may be helpful with a difficult employee appraisal or other specific management challenges. Coaching and supervision can be used as a periodic stimulus in connection with an organizational change process or as part of a personal development process.