How effective use of technology eases workload and improves business relationships.
A stressed out Senior Vice President overseeing a 1,000-person sales team back in 2006 receives feedback citing poor communication and inaccessibility. Holympia’s Philipp Werenfels, PhD, suggests he use new video technology to communicate with his geographically dispersed teams. This one idea saves the SVP substantial hours a month, increases his visibility among his teams, and provides skill-growth opportunity for his staff.
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Tags:business relationships , communication skills , effective communication , interpersonal skills , leadership style , management consulting , Optimism , telecommunication technology , top performance , winning strategies , work satisfaction , workload
How an international SVP uses optimism and constructive criticism to overcome his perceived failure.
A global Senior Vice President refuses to accept his 360-degree feedback after making a several-million-dollar business mistake. After a 90-minute session with Holympia’s Philipp Werenfels, PhD, the SVP realizes how the feedback need not threaten his competence, but instead can help him evolve into a more effective leader.
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How family business C-level executives resolve role conflict and maintain friendship.
When an organization president hires a friend as CEO, he discovers each prefers a vastly different leadership style. Through assessments and conversations over just two months with Holympia’s Philipp Werenfels, PhD, they develop interpersonal skills and realize the wisdom of splitting in a friendly manner.
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Tags:business leadership , business relationships , communication skills , conflict resolution , effective communication , family business company , interpersonal skills , leadership style , management consulting , Optimism , role conflict , winning strategies
How a CEO’s careful decision-making enhances investor relations.
A CEO, working with investors who want to buy and build his organization, loses his top-performing general manager. What does he do? Read how Holympia’s Philipp Werenfels, PhD, consults with the executive to quickly build communication and problem-solving skills that manage the situation and keep the investors on board.
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Tags:business leadership , communication skills , communication style , Decision making , effective communication , interpersonal skills , investor relations , leadership style , management consulting , Optimism , succession planning , top performance , winning strategies
How a VP uses assessments and personal branding to provide winning strategies for career management and earns a promotion.
An organization overlooks a Vice President for a promotion because he’s not keeping his bosses fully apprised of his strengths, experiences and results. Learn how Holympia’s Philipp Werenfels, PhD, guides this VP to modify behaviors, practice communication skills and build relationships, and to earn a promotion within four months.
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Tags:branding strategy , career management , career path , communication skills , effective communication , how to get promoted , interpersonal skills , management consulting , Optimism , personal branding , top performance , winning strategies
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