Often people ask me about tips and tricks to find the right answers.
What’s your leadership style? How can I manage my team through difficult situations while making sure everyone stays engaged and motivated? Why is my team moral in such bad shape? What do I have to change to get better results? How do I find more balance between private life and work life? My line manager shows a lack of trust in me. What should I do?
We humans unfortunately have the tendency to want easy answers to complex questions. We can’t help but jump right into an article like ‘The five things all successful leader do’ or ‘The one thing all millionaires’, ‘if you want to be happy you have to change these three things’ … etc’.
If you are looking for a top ten list of answers, you are in the wrong place. There are no magic tips, no magic tricks, to being a courageous leader, or mother, dad or employee of the month.
I’m focusing on finding workable solutions, instead of over-simplified sound bites. Every successful and sustainable solution to a problem has to take into consideration that every person is unique, as is every team and every company.
I adapt my working- and problem-solving style to the individual needs of each of my clients to make sure we set ourselves up for success.
But despite the unique problems encountered by individuals and organizations, experience has taught me that there are two decisive elements in all change processes. One is having the courage to leave your comfort zone to look for solutions. The second element is having the determination and bias for action.
At the heart my work are my beliefs:
- People are at the center of everything we do. Always.
- Change takes courage, energy and time.
- Humor and self-reflection are super powers.
- Take action. Experience is more valuable than knowledge.
Mut&Machen promotes Courage&Action for every leader, every employee and every company.
We will guide you along your path to define your vision and goals, to have the courage to make the right adjustments, and to find the strength to put them in action and follow through.