Change Processes


Change Management Means:

  • To develop teams in such a way that the individual employee can excel, yet work constructively together with others. This way, both the team members and the organization at large can benefit, especially during times of transition.
  • In order to accomplish this, clear objectives and the empowerment of the staff is required.
  • Furthermore, the organization has to identify the positive side effects of the challenging situations during change, and position itself in such a way that it can take advantage of them.
  • Another factor is an openness to learn ways to deal with seemingly contradictory situations. This may challenge the normal way of thinking, and often calls for new or even ground-breaking solutions.

Successful change management leads to a higher level of self-confidence. Increased self-confidence in turn leads to growing respect and recognition from colleagues, superiors and employees and thus to higher productivity.

Being a successful company does not mean always making the right decisions, even though that’s what it needs to strive for. In my view, success, in the long run, means a company sees itself as a learning organization which maintains a healthy and highly competent work force. This makes it robust and flexible enough to confidently deal with the challenges that arise in ever-changing markets.

The increasingly inter-connected and constantly changing circumstances in today’s markets call for new approaches.

It calls for a step-by-step, flexible and diverse approach. 
And for that, different ways of thinking, new ideas and inspirations, perspectives and methods are called for.

I am happy to support you, your team and your company in your change process.