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Organizational Resilience

Win People for change

How you win people for change

Perhaps you know it? Some people you win over for change with ease, and others are seemingly "hard cases" for you. But your colleague usually succeeds in winning over exactly these "tough guys". Why is that? We humans have our own way of communicating, which also depends on what makes us tick and what is important to us. That's why one person focuses on the big picture in communication and the other talks about the individual details. But what does it actually take to win people for change?

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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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3 ways to make your organization resilient!

Over the past two years, we have inevitably had to address the question: What makes businesses resilient? Why is it that Restaurant A is making more sales during this pandemic than before and Restaurant B is on the verge of bankruptcy? What is the reason that Company A has managed to turn this crisis to its advantage and Company B is in permanent trouble, not really knowing how to get out of it yet?

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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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Discover 3 levels of resilience

In the last few years, the topic of inner resilience has increasingly moved into the public focus: on the one hand, in children's and youth education, and on the other hand, the topic is also taking up more and more space in adult education. Over time, the word resilience is becoming more and more popular.

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Posts about:

Organizational Resilience

Win People for change

How you win people for change

Perhaps you know it? Some people you win over for change with ease, and others are seemingly "hard cases" for you. But your colleague usually succeeds in winning over exactly these "tough guys". Why is that? We humans have our own way of communicating, which also depends on what makes us tick and what is important to us. That's why one person focuses on the big picture in communication and the other talks about the individual details. But what does it actually take to win people for change?

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

3 ways to make your organization resilient!

Over the past two years, we have inevitably had to address the question: What makes businesses resilient? Why is it that Restaurant A is making more sales during this pandemic than before and Restaurant B is on the verge of bankruptcy? What is the reason that Company A has managed to turn this crisis to its advantage and Company B is in permanent trouble, not really knowing how to get out of it yet?

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

Discover 3 levels of resilience

In the last few years, the topic of inner resilience has increasingly moved into the public focus: on the one hand, in children's and youth education, and on the other hand, the topic is also taking up more and more space in adult education. Over time, the word resilience is becoming more and more popular.

Read More