In this fourth edition of our Leadership Café, we are reflecting on Leadership and Change. Simone Oremovic reflect from her wide range of experience as HR executive.
“If I only had a little HR budget left, I would invest it into Leadership Development. If you have good leaders in place, the rest will follow.” and more essential insights on how to make change really happen.
In this third edition of our Leadership Café, we are reflecting on Leadership and Compassion. Alex is leading an organization with 5.000 employees and 50.000 volunteers as Managing Director of Caritas Wien.
In our coffee talk, he explained how his team approached him suggesting to explore new ways of management. He shares his experience of how introducing sociocratic decision-making lifted their way of management to a new level and helped to build commitment in a passionate environment.
We all know some elder people around us. While some rest in themselves and radiate deep wisdom, others are bitter and complain all the time – about the weather, the circumstances and getting old itself. What is the reason for this? Isn’t it a pity to live out your days like this? If you ask a person whether he would rather be wise or bitter, he will hardly choose the latter. But it’s not quite that simple. And yet you have a choice.
Sometimes the stomach grumbles and the mind is helpless. We feel that something is not right and want to listen to our heart. But how should we do that? The German professor Otto Scharmer has developed a method that he teaches at the famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Rational scientists, in particular, need a clear process model if they want to go beyond the path of technology.