Decisions shape our lives - who wants to make the wrong decisions especially
in difficult and uncertain situations?
To consider only the rational side of human beings is a thinking error!
I support people in companies to make more conscious and therefore better
More decision-making competence means:
To decide more consciously also means to take unconscious and sometimes irrational elements into account which can strongly influence our thinking, our decisions as well as their implementation.
As your experienced, constructive and reliable partner, I develop solutions that meet your specific needs. For you. For your team. For your organization.
I mind your business, too!
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Our success depends significantly on how well we solve three central aspects
on a daily basis: thinking, deciding and implementing.
This is why I put these elements into the focus of my activities. My solutions support you to get better day by day.
20 years of practical experiences in large, multi-national companies, teams
and projects are my foundation. I offer my competences in the areas of corporate
performance management, controlling and strategic marketing in order to develop
individual solutions for you.
On top, de-biasing supports you in considering also unconsciously active thinking patterns and thinking errors.
It is my pleasure to face challenges for the future together and to implement solutions effectively with you!
You find the overview of all available public workshops in English language here, all available webinars are visible HERE. For the complete overview of public workshops and events please switch to the website in German language.
You can book your seat directly via the registration form.
Take also advantage of customised in-house workshops and events!
Introduction:How you improve critical thinking and decision making
Einführung: Wie Sie Ihr kritisches Denken und Ihre Entscheidungen verbessern