The maturity of an organization and the relationship towards managers can be analyzed well by how problems are dealt with. This quickly shows how open the culture of collaboration is and how mature the employees are.
I admit I’m the first one to challenge a rule. However, it’s not about a reflexive anarchic rebellion. I always challenge the sense of a rule. Rules are important – they organize our interpersonal coexistence and kick our own butts. But what is behind it?
Anarchy doesn’t work. Sooner rather than later we step on each other’s toes and physical and mental injuries occur. The freedom of the individual ends where it touches the freedom of the neighbor.
Okay, I admit, the question is a little mean. Hardly anyone can say “no” to this. But what about a special kind of people – your employees? They can be quite annoying sometimes. But yes, they are humans – with all their strengths and weaknesses. It gets really interesting when several of them come together. Then the interpersonal dimension kicks in. But isn’t that exactly the interesting aspect of a leadership assignment?
When you deal with change management, you quickly reach the valley of tears. It describes the development of energy in change processes over time. This can be the separation from the partner, the loss of a close relative or also a reorganization in the company.
There is enough stress in life for everyone – in private as well as in professional life. Stress makes us the hostage of our emotions, fogs our judgment and consumes a lot of energy. Different personalities deal with stress in different ways. Some of them have a violent temper, others prefer to pull the blanket over their heads. And then there are people who seem never to be stressed. They steer calmly through the waves of life and have inner stability – resilience. The good thing about it is that you can also learn this.