Feedback from an Individual Leader process:
"The course has been very relevant in my everyday life, and tools have been used immediately. At the same time, it has been possible to draw on the professional experience in TLS."
Jonas Gundtoft, Group Leader
Orbicon Arctic A / S
I have a wide experience in working with facilitation, process management and teaching, which is supported by a well-grounded theoretical foundation, both within the newer, but also the more classic organizational and management theories.
My processes are prepared specifically to every customer in an organization, so that the task is solved in the best possible way for that customer.
Themes I have been working on over the last few years have been:
Strength-based leadership and resilience: bases in a strength-based and positive focus, which is focus on strenghts. It promotes positive and motivational change in the employee, the department and in the organization, because there is much to learn from our successes. Is it romantic? Hardly because we are built as humans to be problem solvers focusing on problems and fix it. This doesn't meant that we are blind to weaknesses / challenges. Depending on how critical the issue is, it is possible to worked on or around it.
Person profiles: creates an understanding of oneself and an understanding of others, which develops collaboration. Both because you get an understanding of the needs of others, the colleague who is so easy to talk to and why another colleague is just annoying and incomprehensible.
Vision and Mission: is to create a direction for the organization by either drafting vision and / or mission, or revisiting the vision and mission, to ensure that they continue to be properly described to set the direction and understand the foundation of the organization.
Values: is the way to our mission and our guiding star - the vision. It is the behavior described in which we work on our core mission and how we will reach our guiding star. The values thus describe our behavior in the organization and provide a direction for good behavior.
Strategy and Goals: The strategy is the plan for how we can best solve our core mission and get closer to our vision, but the objectives are the sub-goals of an organization, set to fulfill the core task / mission and achieve a bit towards the vision. The goals are also a guide to our success. You cannot score goals if you do not know where the goal is.
Collaboration and communication: We work with people around us all the time, so we practice communication every day. So why is it so difficult to communicate? Because we are different as human beings, and because we are different we develop and become better versions of ourselves if we dare to look inward and become wiser about ourselves, our own reactions and try to understand the others in the other. page.
Conflict management: Conflict is an inevitable situation between people because we are different. And luckily! If we all went around and agreed on anything there would be development. We just wanted to keep doing what we always did. No one would challenge us with new ideas and opportunities, just as there will be nothing that is constantly pushing to optimize and solve a task even better than last. However, conflicts can also be lethal for an organization if everything becomes a discussion or resistance.
Self-managing employees: employees get more responsibility and solve more complicated tasks than before - it is both motivating and challenging. It requires a managerial focus so that you can create the right framework and working conditions for your employees. So they can enjoy the tasks in relation to the goals of the organization.
Recruitment: ensuring the right recruitment process is the first step in getting the right candidate and ensuring a good image - also for candidates who don't get the job. I have both been teaching recruitment, but I also handle the recruitment, interviews, tests, referencing, and so on. However, with the exception of headhunting.
But as mentioned, all courses are individual, so let's discuss the possibilities together.