Training

Get set for success – with "success needs women" training courses

My motto is: We can always learn something new and further ourselves. And this is precisely the mind-set you need to survive and thrive in today's VUCA world.

In my training you will acquire the skills you need to build a career as a woman in management, to position yourself as a female expert and specialist, or to play your part as a leader in bringing about diversity and equal opportunities. Learn strategies to further your own success, the success of your team and the success of your organisation.

Experience how enjoyable and motivating learning can be, how much more we can learn together and from one another, how an everyday transfer of knowledge is one of the keys to your success.

My training courses use modern and sophisticated teaching methods:

  • High level of participation through co-creation and exchange
  • Self-reflection as a method and a skill to be learned
  • Creative and stimulating training techniques
  • Personal examples and good practice in the form of storytelling
  • Online support prior to the training and during the transfer phase

When designing the training content I place particular emphasis on:

  • Imparting facts and background knowledge
  • Giving concrete, practical tips and strategies
  • Developing solutions for specific problems and cases
  • Ease of implementation and transfer into everyday practice

Here is a selection of my areas of focus in the field of training:


Strong performance, the right skills and a committed mind-set will take you a long way. But a woman will get even further if she understands how the game of success, power and influence is played. And if she overcomes her misgivings and decides to play the game herself!

Get to know the "success strategies for head, heart and hands" that will allow you to assert yourself in an often male-dominated environment:

  • Playing style: what differentiates the way men and women play the game?
  • Power, hierarchy and status: what are the most important rules of the game in companies and organisations?
  • Communication: what are the differences between female and male communication?
  • Demeanour and impact: how do your voice, facial expression, gestures and behaviour affect those in the room?
  • The power of the mind-set: what beliefs or attitudes are beneficial/detrimental?

We all know it: even stronger performance or perfect work results are no guarantee when it comes to achieving our career goals. A far more important factor is how we are perceived and valued as a person.

Unfortunately, women in particular tend to place too little emphasis on strategic positioning and self-marketing. Often they are unaware of the full value they bring. Or they do not know how to strategically communicate their value to others.

This is precisely where my training comes in:

  • You will understand what makes you special and build your self-confidence
  • You will look at yourself and your "value proposition" from the perspective of your target group
  • You will develop a strategy to clearly position yourself
  • You will learn methods and approaches that will help to advance your career: Business Model Generation®, Design Thinking, LEGO® Serious Play®

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Personal Branding for women

Change projects at companies place considerable demands on managers, project managers and employees. On the one hand, the methods and content of the desired changes must be implemented while working under time and budget constraints. On the other hand, people at the company must be prepared for the changes and convinced that they are worthwhile.

Learn the essential tools for designing successful change processes:

  • Recognise the "change curve" and behaviour in change situations
  • Identify reasons for the success and failure of change projects
  • Develop a "change vision"
  • Deal with resistance and fears
  • Involve, win over and qualify your employees
  • Manage changes and anchor them in everyday practice

Conflicts arise when there is a clash of different needs and interests. Minor differences of opinion can develop into substantial conflicts and seriously disrupt a team's ability to cooperate. However, every conflict also harbours an opportunity to make a positive change and a fresh start.

Learn how to respond appropriately in difficult situations, avoid escalation and find solutions:

  • Learn about different types of conflict
  • Recognise the emergence and escalation of conflicts
  • Reflect on your own conflict behaviour
  • Practise conflict resolution strategies
  • Give feedback
  • Conduct conflict resolution dialogues

Frequent reorganisations, internationalisation and short-term business pressures are just a few of the challenges faced by managers and employees. Today's management also needs to master a balance of generational differences in the workplace to keep both Baby Boomers and Generation Y employees highly motivated. To be a capable and successful leader, it is essential that you can lead yourself and have a balanced combination of technical and soft skills.

Develop your personal leadership style and learn how to mould your employees into a successful and motivated team:

  • Reflect on leadership, values ​​and ideals
  • Motivate employees
  • Communicate with a focus on solutions
  • Adapt your leadership style to different situations and characters
  • Gauge and develop employee potential
  • Analyse and cultivate team potential