... the leaders’ previous experience? ... the environment the company operates in? ... what the company wants to develop in the future? ... what needs to be unlearned in order to be successful? ... what skills, or rather what attitudes, or what leadership culture it involves? ... what the arguments in favor, or against, an in-house leadership program are?
And so no two of our clients' leadership development programs are the same. Rather, it is always the particular answers to the questions asked above that lead to a colorful spectrum of different formats. See for yourself...
1 to 3-day in-person training seminar (can be booked as 1-on-1 training or module)
For aspiring or experienced managers who want to stay on top of their company’s financial goals.
Strategy planning and implementation
Planning operational business
Identifying financing requirements
Ensuring liquidity (cash flow)
Calculating and analyzing financial KPIs
For many employees, financial management is like a foreign language. Terms such as income statement, balance sheet, EBIT – they have heard of them, but not really understood what they meant. And ask questions?... Best not. Yet every business decision influences these KPIs. And when you know how everything connects, you can contribute to achieving your company’s financial goals.
There are things that should not be explained through PowerPoint presentations. Financial management is definitely one of them. If you want to learn about it, you have to do it.
To do that you need a company. And this is where the Business Simulation concept comes in: The participants experience financial management through personally leading a team in a fictional company. In the process, they immediately recognize the impact of their decisions on the KPIs of the company.
Keeping track of the whole company
Previous participants say that group simulations make financial management fun.
The teams get to calculate and analyze a series of figures.
This is where the successes and failures of the previous period become visible and where lessons are learned for the next period. A further fun factor is the competition between the teams.
Information on organization and program
The format can be delivered on an organization-specific basis as 1-on-1 training or as part of ongoing development programs.
The schedule and the contents of the module will be adapted to the goals and objectives set by the participants and will vary between one day – “Finance for everybody”, easy introduction – to in-depth training over three days (e.g. for experienced leaders or leaders with prior knowledge).
The group sizes can be between 8 and 24 participants.
We understand executive coaching as structured support for senior managers with the aim of helping them to reflect on, maintain and increase their personal effectiveness – at the self-leadership, leadership relations and organizational leadership levels.
Executive coaching systematically creates space for communication that is not available within their company. It allows certain issues to be discussed. Our consultants support you by providing feedback, serving as sparring partners and providing resource-focused guidance.
Structured coaching process comprising 4 coaching sequences and an optional team workshop
Employees who are about to take on leadership responsibility or have just started in the role
Optimal support for the change of role
Gain acceptance as new leader
Develop effectiveness quickly
Reduction in the time needed to get up to speed in the new role and enabling a steep learning curve through structured reflection and knowledge input
Because there is only one attempt
Work on specific practical challenges of change of role
Analysis of the set of expectations and the communication system
Personal values and contribution to the company
New to the leadership role
Taking on a new leadership role means a profound change both for the leader and for the groups of people affected. This process of transition from the old to the new role must be managed consciously and a vigilant approach must be taken. In the new context, the manager has to be able to establish a connection to the relevant stakeholders as quickly as possible, on the one hand, and build up his or her own effectiveness, on the other.
In doing so, they are confronted with a complex mixture of expectations and “expectation expectations” that they should address constructively and in a structured way and within which they must also establish their own position with their own expectations.
At the beginning of the transition in particular, it is important to strike the right balance through attitude and behavior between “wanting to understand”
The Process One Leadership Navigator helps leaders to navigate this phase and provide a valuable stage for sparring with regard to all issues relating to the assumption of the new leadership role.
Set of expectations
The various perspectives in the set of expectations
Me and my role
What do I really want actually?
What is important to me?
What sets me apart?
What are my areas of learning?
What do the core processes look like?
What are the tasks and roles?
What does the relationship structure look like? Who are the opinion leaders?
What are the overt and covert rules of the game?
Who are the relevant stakeholders?
What is their relationship and importance to / for the unit?
How clear are the respective delivery relationships?
Is there a common understanding as a management team?
What are my expectations?
What am I measured by?
What is important to my manager in our collaboration?
How do we communicate effectively and with appreciation?
The overview of the process
Initiation of contact HR / PD with Process One
Transmission of relevant data
Get-to-know-you meeting between Process One consultant and manager (by telephone)
Approx. 4 weeks before assumption
Information provided to the leader on the Leadership Navigator by HR / PD
Participation agreement also with participant’s manager
Approx. 4 - 6 months
Interval between units generally 4 - 6 weeks (agreement between manager and coach)
Contents and topics according to the needs of the leader and according to the Navigator dimensions
After approx. 6 months
Final discussion between Porcess One and hR / PD and clarification of possible further topics
Team workshop (optional)
After approximately 7 - 9 months
Review of previous collaboration
Goals / tasks for the future
Identify and leverage team potential
Methods and coaching elements
The following methods, concepts and forms of activities may be used where needed through the Leadership Navigator
Situational and specific input by consultant
Concepts and models for development at the 3 levels of leadership self, employee and organizational leadership (www.process-one.de/en/leadership-development), Team Culture Wheel (www.teamkulturrad.de), among others
Visualization or positioning
Simulations or roleplays
Work on specific practical challenges
Self-observation tasks with reflection
“Homework” to provide practical implementation and support for transfer between the units
Expedition Future (Genius Work, journaling: a journey into the future)
In between Camps 1-3: coaching sessions
The force of disruptive change is real and impacts on all aspects of our lives. Some of us discover new personal skills or call existing competencies and approaches into question. Now that a reset has become necessary, it is good to know what we can rely on ... our own strengths and the only certainty that we currently still have: our inner being.
Your Expedition consists of research units and Coaching Camps in the experiences and results achieved. You will interview others about your “best moments” and use psychometric methods to collect data about your strengths. In the Camps you map out your strengths. Surprizing, gratifying, strong elements will be revealed ...
... By the end of your journey you will have a clear picture of your unique strengths.
Your analytical expedition of disco-very – explore and gain insights into your personal strengths
The Expedition will help you explore and define your personal strengths profile. You delve your external and internal self to achieve clarity about your core competences and the unique contribution you make to your professional and personal world ... familiar, less familiar and perhaps completely new fields will open up to you.
Information on organisation and program
Your Expedition is scheduled to last around 2 months. You choose the right expedition guide and coach to suit your needs from a choice of three. Appointments and other arrangements are made individually.
Where necessary, you can book your Expedition Personal Strengths as a virtual-only or blended coaching format.
You will spend a part of your journey on our digital learning platform, which offers a wealth of learning content, including motivating models, research assignments, reflection sessions and short videos.