A successful team starts with yourself.

A good football team scores through a balanced interplay of players, personalities and competencies. This is no different on the work floor. More and more responsibilities are placed low in an organization and leaders are making greater demands on self-management. In addition, teams are working less and less in fixed compositions, team members see each other less by working more and more remotely and so it is more difficult to coordinate in real time while the pressure on fast output increases.

So how do you invest in your team? How do you teach team members to get the best out of themselves and their colleagues? Do they know each other's drives, strengths and weaknesses? And how does this contribute to the effectiveness of the team?

In our team trainings - physical or online - we analyse together what personality traits, drives, underlying emotions and expectation patterns exist. The aim is to strengthen teamwork, maintain connection, improve output and promote happiness at work.