1999 – or the narcissist in me!

"Ms. Keromosemito, in your opinion, is Mr. M. a narcissist?" Mr. O., the managing director of a mechanical engineering company, asked me the other day. Together we were preparing a conflict facilitation with Mr. M., his works council chairman. I had already met Mr. M. personally, but had not found him to be conspicuous. "What makes you say [...]

By |2021-03-02T12:24:44+01:002. March 2021|

Of ducks and experts

"Why doesn't our management listen to us, although we are the experts and know how it works?" a participant in my expert program asked me a while back. In cooperation with the customer, I developed a program for an international luxury goods manufacturer in 2016 that strengthens the ability of experts to convey [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:00:03+01:0013. December 2020|

Latin lesson for leaders

"How can we improve our meeting culture?" – I am asked on a pretty regular basis. Meetings – nobody likes them. Everyone thinks there are too many of them. They rarely bring the desired results. Some meetings are even downright unpleasant. At the end of a coaching session a few weeks ago, Mr. O., [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:31:47+01:006. January 2020|

It’s just an ocean experience

“Do you also offer training sessions just for women?” – I get asked on a regular basis. No, I do not. It does not make any sense to me that women (apparently) lead differently than men or that different rules apply to their careers than to those of their male counterparts. Recently, however, [...]

By |2021-03-04T18:38:00+01:0015. September 2019|

I don’t have a ticket!

“Tell me, what do you do when someone starts crying?” Mr. B. recently asked during one of my seminars. He had asked his colleague to improve some aspects of a task that she had completed for him. As a result his colleague had raised her voice. He said that she had accused him [...]

By |2019-12-29T05:37:04+01:0020. March 2019|
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