Not control, but lead
During digital transformation, managers are faced with new challenges and must take a different approach to leading (international) teams than before.
- Being a coach: advising, providing support, accompanying processes
- Error culture: promoting innovation, understanding failure as an opportunity
- Orientation: Setting directions, communicating corporate goals
- Free space: enabling mobile, flexible working
- Trust: acting transparently, being credible
- Learning: promoting personal development, admitting mistakes
The demands placed on managers to date are transforming into digital leadership competencies.
- Giving impulses and inspiration
- Create networking
- Professional competence for tools and methodical competence for media, agility, coaching
- Social competence for leadership in agile, mobile, international teams
New leadership, new values, new learning
You don't learn digital leadership in a two-day seminar with frontal teaching. Instead, your future digital leaders learn with us how they should work later.
- Digital: Different formats allow learning from anywhere.
- Mobile: Apps and responsive platforms provide access via different devices.
- Social: Teams, communities and reverse mentoring promote exchange and networking.
- Innovative: New ideas are encouraged, innovative formats are simply tried out.
- Self-determined: There is no timetable, but independent learning.
- Motivating: Those who enjoy learning also learn well. Variety of methods ensures variety.