Susanne Stock

#favouritemodels No. 14 - Active Listening

Do you hear me? This is probably one of the most frequently spoken phrases at the beginning of virtual meetings at the moment. The person I'm talking…

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Susanne Stock

#favouritemodel No.13 - Growth Mindset

How do people deal with setbacks? What causes some to continue seemingly unfazed afterwards, while others lose the courage to carry on?

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Karen Krogel

#favouritemodel No.12 - Considering Context

Just between us: Would you cross the street when the traffic light is red.? After an indignant "of course not!" you might say, "It depends..."

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Marc Chmielewski

#favouritemodel No.11 - Virtual Leadership

Virtual, remote, leading at a distance - no matter what you call it, it is always about leadership, leadership as a function and a shared mental…

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Wiebke Witt

#favouritemodel No.10 - Facilitation - Only flying is more fun!

In German "Facilitation" means "making things easier". It also describes a particular form of facilitation of human gatherings in which we invite,…

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Susanne Stock

#favouritemodel No. 9 - Focus Model

My #favouritemodel deals with the degree of conscious attention we pay to our everyday activities. This personal focus determines what we do and how…

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Andrea Böckle

#favouritemodel No.8 - Individual Construction of Reality

At any given moment, each of us receives a total of about 11 million bits of information through our five senses - hearing, seeing, feeling, smelling,…

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Karen Krogel

#favouritemodel No. 7 - Motivation

How can I improve the motivation of my staff? I am asked this question very often in my work with leaders.

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Susanne Stock

#favouritemodel No. 6 - How trust is built

My #favouritemodel is the tree metaphor by Stephen M.R. Covey. This symbolism makes the topic of "trust" tangible and thus facilitates access to this…

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Juliane Wiktorin

#favouritemodel No. 4 - Helicopter Perspective

Symbolically, it is a change of perspective in order to look at one's own behaviour from a far and with the distance gained to reflect on it.

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