“Work is no longer a production economy, not even a service economy, it’s an identity economy.” - Esther Perel
It’s good relationships that encourage us to think differently, motivate us to give our best, awaken creativity and approach challenges with trust. In our work environments these - personal and social - competencies gain a lot of significance. The requirements for positive relationships in the workplace are a combination of a good relationship with our self, knowledge about dynamics and conflict and empathy. Enabling and accompanying companies during this process is the focus of my work.
One of the first questions I receive from clients is: Why does the mental well-being become such a focus for companies?
The answer exists in short and in long. In short: Everything is interdependent and the focus on digital tools has a reciprocal effect on humans. The longer answer is: Our focus in the working world lies immensely on the external, the digital and shows and reveals a gap between the actual benefit of digital tools and the human capabilities to use these tools effectively for the company. For many of the parts that the digital makes easier for us, we see more and more downside: the we are either mentally unprepared for the change or in need to develop and strengthen our human skills first.
The first step and the base for a cooperation in order to develop personal and social skills is your wish to implement change. Are you an entrepreneur, startup founder, in a leading position, home in HR or staff member with the wish to change your own behaviour and/or the people with whom you are working? Great! Then let’s start an initial conversation. Together, we define, what you care about and what goals we set together.