Vivien Marsch GmbH

Management Development

Why is management development important?

An organisation lives from receiving more revenue than is expended. To keep a focus on this is the highest maxim.

Much is expected from managers. They are supposed to lead their employees to the fulfilment of tasks and the reaching of goals. This possibly sounds much easier than it actually is in practice, because leadership roles are contradictory and, therefore they are difficult to reconcile.

Managers are supposed to adapt the organisation to the constant changes in the markets, even when this causes stress to their employees.

They have to budget their resources, but there is always a shortage of time, money and personnel.

It is expected of bosses that they promote their employees, that they train them and deploy them appropriately, that they spur them on to perform and, at the same time, see to it that they all remain content and motivated.

It is necessary to learn continuously, to reflect upon one’s own effect and to continue to develop personally. The managers should, themselves, be capable of performance, should remain fit and healthy, should always be in a good mood, meet everyone in a benevolent manner and at the same time act assertively and be strong-willed.

At the same time, it is important to make risky decisions that will never please everyone.

Management Development Measures

Together with our clients we seek solutions:

  • What is my role and how do I carry it out?
  • What management style do I use and when?
  • How do I maintain an overview of key figures and data? Which processes are running, which will be newly introduced?
  • What exactly is my goal?
  • Who does what in my unit? How do I identify talents and competences?
  • How do I maintain motivation?
  • How do I encourage others when things become difficult?
  • How do I create a comfortable working atmosphere?
  • How can I communicate effectively?
  • How do I handle questions and how do I, myself, ask the right questions?
  • How do I give orientation?
  • What must I do myself, what can I delegate?
  • How do I control the results without limiting the scope of my employees?
  • What opportunities and risks lie in the current situation?

Together with our participants, we examine closely which challenges they are currently facing. Principally, it will always revolve around moving confidently in your own insecurity. It is about the joy of trying out new things, in connection with trust in your own intuition and competence. This requires courage as well as empathy, so that you can take employees with you by means of appropriate communication and clear objectives.

Maßnahmen der Führungskräfteentwicklung

However, merely taking your employees with you is insufficient. You must also be able to satisfy your own line manager.

  • How do I convince my line manager?
  • How can I loyally support my line manager?
  • What do I do if my line manager is of a different opinion to me and maybe even has different goals?
  • How do I find the courage to contradict my line manager?
  • How do I demand the necessary framework conditions for my tasks?

 

Management Development: Why with us?

Management is our expertise. We work with our clients by means of an activating and potential-orientated leadership approach.

Our own management experience enables us to support you in this task with commercial expertise and emotional understanding.

Everybody in our team knows, from their own experience, about management demands and they can look back on successes and failures. We have been responsible for teams, have carried financial responsibility and have had to justify results. We know that there are no perfect managers or fault-free employees. And, nevertheless, it is still necessary to fulfil tasks with a sense of reality and with vision.

„clarity in every difficult situation“

Vivien Marsch can put herself in a variety of situations and always get the best out of them. She quickly recognises the interrelationships and, thanks to her professional analysis, brings clarity to every difficult situation.

Quality Manager

2019-06-23T13:43:40+00:00

Quality Manager

Vivien Marsch can put herself in a variety of situations and always get the best out of them. She quickly recognises the interrelationships and, thanks to her professional analysis, brings clarity to every difficult situation.

„expertise, empathy and realism“

I particularly like three things about this way of coaching: expertise, empathy and closeness to reality. Each session has relevance for the daily questions and tasks and does not just remain in theoretical models. This provides me with an important contribution to my leadership development that I no longer want to do without.

Area Manager Planning

2019-06-23T13:44:52+00:00

Area Manager Planning

I particularly like three things about this way of coaching: expertise, empathy and closeness to reality. Each session has relevance for the daily questions and tasks and does not just remain in theoretical models. This provides me with an important contribution to my leadership development that I no longer want to do without.

„significant widening of horizon“

I'm comfortable here. Actually, I am resistant to advice, but here I have understood how I function and understand more and more. After each session I have new insights and new tasks for my future. Thank you for the clear broadening of my horizon.

Sales Manager

2019-06-23T13:45:23+00:00

Sales Manager

I'm comfortable here. Actually, I am resistant to advice, but here I have understood how I function and understand more and more. After each session I have new insights and new tasks for my future. Thank you for the clear broadening of my horizon.

„rich wealth of experience“

Here one has a rich wealth of experience, both professionally and privately. The resulting flexibility and mental independence are the plus points of the consulting approach.

Head of Human Resources

2019-06-23T13:45:46+00:00

Head of Human Resources

Here one has a rich wealth of experience, both professionally and privately. The resulting flexibility and mental independence are the plus points of the consulting approach.

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