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Persolog Team

Agile Mindset

Success Factor Agile Mindset

Agile Mindset - Success factor in uncertain times

Our world has changed. You hear this again and again and everywhere - whether at work, in business or in private life. This change has even been intensified by the Corona crisis. Wearing the mask in public was not the only thing we had to get used to. Moving from working in an office to a home office also required some adjustment. As a result, the demand for flexibility in a professional and/or private context has increased tremendously. Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity shaped us and are still omnipresent. This is summarized in the word "VUCA".

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Living Vision and Goals

What is Organizational Resilience?

A resilient system can compensate for or endure irritation while maintaining its own integrity. So, anyone who wants to build up the resilience competence of an organization cannot avoid dealing intensively with 9 central factors of organizational resilience. Only an intensive process of reflection opens the way to more resilience. If you want to increase the resilience of your organization, it makes sense to reflect on all resilience factors step by step to subsequently initiate changes.

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Choose your path

Change it, love it or leave it!

You have the choice!!!

In our everyday life, we are often confronted with situations in which we would like to simply toss the towel and emigrate to a faraway place. Whether it's because of the work environment with stressful colleagues or the personal environment, with obligations that crush us or outgrow us. But unfortunately, it is not always so easy. Or is it? In our environment, we can't always like everything - that's clear. But if we see ourselves only as victims of our circumstances, nothing can change. We have the freedom to decide how we want to deal with things we don't like. There are three proven options here that you can play through to move forward.

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5 Tricks for digital trainings

The 5 worst mistakes in a live online seminar - and how to avoid them

After two years of delivering and attending numerous live online seminars, we've seen and learned quite a bit. In the process, we see repeating mistakes that result in disappointed participants and frustrated trainers. But it can be done better! Here you can find out which five serious mistakes you should avoid at all costs, both on a technical and didactic level, and how you can do so.

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The 10 resilience factors

What is the difference between the friend who gets back on his feet after his company goes bankrupt and the friend who can't get his life back on track after a divorce? What distinguishes the neighbor who greets you with a smile despite his challenges from the colleague who always completely freaks out under pressure? It's resilience. Our heart beats for this great and relevant topic: resilience.

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How to train your resilience

What is the difference between people who seem to be able to solve problems, cope with crises, overcome them and return to "normality" with ease and those who get stuck in the crisis?

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The 9 factors of organizational resilience

What makes companies resilient

"We can't stop the wind, but we can build windmills." We can't prevent things from not going as we imagined. We can't prevent some companies from facing completely new challenges as a result of the pandemic, or people from losing their jobs due to digitalization. And after the pandemic, there will be new crises.

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Posts by:

Persolog Team

Agile Mindset

Success Factor Agile Mindset

Agile Mindset - Success factor in uncertain times

Our world has changed. You hear this again and again and everywhere - whether at work, in business or in private life. This change has even been intensified by the Corona crisis. Wearing the mask in public was not the only thing we had to get used to. Moving from working in an office to a home office also required some adjustment. As a result, the demand for flexibility in a professional and/or private context has increased tremendously. Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity shaped us and are still omnipresent. This is summarized in the word "VUCA".

Read More

Living Vision and Goals

What is Organizational Resilience?

A resilient system can compensate for or endure irritation while maintaining its own integrity. So, anyone who wants to build up the resilience competence of an organization cannot avoid dealing intensively with 9 central factors of organizational resilience. Only an intensive process of reflection opens the way to more resilience. If you want to increase the resilience of your organization, it makes sense to reflect on all resilience factors step by step to subsequently initiate changes.

Read More
Choose your path

Change it, love it or leave it!

You have the choice!!!

In our everyday life, we are often confronted with situations in which we would like to simply toss the towel and emigrate to a faraway place. Whether it's because of the work environment with stressful colleagues or the personal environment, with obligations that crush us or outgrow us. But unfortunately, it is not always so easy. Or is it? In our environment, we can't always like everything - that's clear. But if we see ourselves only as victims of our circumstances, nothing can change. We have the freedom to decide how we want to deal with things we don't like. There are three proven options here that you can play through to move forward.

Read More
5 Tricks for digital trainings

The 5 worst mistakes in a live online seminar - and how to avoid them

After two years of delivering and attending numerous live online seminars, we've seen and learned quite a bit. In the process, we see repeating mistakes that result in disappointed participants and frustrated trainers. But it can be done better! Here you can find out which five serious mistakes you should avoid at all costs, both on a technical and didactic level, and how you can do so.

Read More

The 10 resilience factors

What is the difference between the friend who gets back on his feet after his company goes bankrupt and the friend who can't get his life back on track after a divorce? What distinguishes the neighbor who greets you with a smile despite his challenges from the colleague who always completely freaks out under pressure? It's resilience. Our heart beats for this great and relevant topic: resilience.

Read More

The 9 factors of organizational resilience

What makes companies resilient

"We can't stop the wind, but we can build windmills." We can't prevent things from not going as we imagined. We can't prevent some companies from facing completely new challenges as a result of the pandemic, or people from losing their jobs due to digitalization. And after the pandemic, there will be new crises.

Read More