Seminars are successful when they realize change and thus change reality. What is important is a sustainable, goal-oriented change in understanding, behaviour, leadership and cooperation. Not cognitive overload, but transferable experiential learning and development. Applicability is key: to corporate strategy, marketing goals, customer needs, employee proximity.

„Führung heißt das Unbekannte in Bekanntes verwandeln“ was introduced as a definition by a board member in a recent discussion.

We succeed when you as creative leaders can transform the unknown into the known for yourselves, your team and your company and move forward confidently.


Conscious leadership

From stress and strain to strength and joy


Leadership means results-oriented thinking, feeling, working and speaking. Your employees take responsibility and find their way team. You enable your team to be each other's companions, supporters, critics and teachers. This team spirit you make possible through your consciousness which discovers the best methods and processes. You can concentrate on the essential, let go of the operative and shepherd your team’s empowerment. You are mindful mentor and leader.

Success means making others successful!

Format: 2 days
Participants: ideally 9, managers and prospective managers

Ideally, participants have previously attended Communication and Conflict Resolution.


  • Trustful cooperation with management colleagues
  • Leading yourself as a leader—ego-free
  • Communicating goals and achieving them with the team
  • Empowering employees to achieve goals autonomously
  • Recognizing and managing team dynamics
  • Team self-awareness and -regulation
  • Successful delegation, organising yourself and others
  • Clear, supportive communication, learning culture
  • Securing the leadership "flow“
  • The importance of taking and living your proper place within the system, sociograms
  • The executive as coach, systemic view
  • Growing and promoting employees, curating deputies and successors

Master class: The Manager as Coach

Being a coach is the easiest way to create long-term and good relationships. You succeed in unleashing the potential of your partner to work together. You enable your partner to recognize their "WHAT I really want" and "WHY": WHAT motivates them, WHAT they want to achieve, WHY they want to achieve it, WHAT hinders them.

Thus, your partner develops a reliable inner compass to achieve common goals. In this way you support them with practical and effective coaching methods.  As a manager, you create win-win situations between you, your company and employees, colleagues, customers and service providers.

Format: 1 day
Participants: ideally 9, managers and prospective managers

Participants have previously attended Conscious Leadership


  • The Inner Attitude: Coach - Consultant - Mentor - Moderator - Leader
  • Know your own blind spots
  • Role clarification: Coach and coachee
  • Systemic laws: everything is contingent
  • Drawing sociograms: with persons, figures, symbols
  • Group dynamics and their impact
  • Issues Clarification: coaching tools
  • The power of words, images, rituals
  • Challenging coaching situations
  • Coaching framework and procedure
  • Coaching possiblitilies, liabilities, limits

Master Class: Horses as Mirrors and Master teachers - without carrot and stick

Horses give us a rare gift: direct, immediate and unbiased feedback as to your clarity. Because of these animals’ high sensitivity, your leadership behavior is perceived and mirrored holistically and not selectively. You can thus experience and learn how to build transparent relationships and make it easy for others to follow your lead.

No prior experience with horses required.

Format: 1 day
Participants: ideally 9

Participants have previously attended Conscious Leadership


  • My Definition of Leadership
  • Nonverbal Feedback: direct and honest from the horse’s mouth
  • Clear mind – clear directions: cooperative horse
  • Living your role as leader, pursuing visions
  • Experience the importance of goal clarity, wisdom, simplicity, straightforwardness, consistency, self-confidence, willpower, assertiveness, serenity, and fairness
  • Strengthening your strengths and managing your weaknesses


Spiritual Leadership

If you feel connected to the All-One as a leader, you can make confident decisions that the mind alone would not have accomplished. Those who connect with their higher self can lead their employees more credibly, honestly and transparently - for the benefit of all and for the benefit of the higher self of each individual. To give the best means to be in harmony with the All-One.

Format: 1 day
Participants: ideally 9

Participants have previously attended Conscious Leadership


  • What is "spiritual leadership"?
  • When do I lead, when am I led?
  • Perceiving, strengthening and following your intuition
  • Dealing with one's own and other’s ego
  • Finding and conveying meaning
  • The universe doesn’t make mistakes: all is right
  • Creating your own destiny – all possibilities are always accessible: believe to receive
  • “Your personality creates your personal reality.” Dr. Joe Dispenza
  • “Constellations”: a way to find your way
  • Universal energy for a more powerful and empowering leader

Communication and Conflict Resolution

Good communication is giving and receiving. This powerful interplay unlocks productive energies. Good communicators shape their world together. You will be understood, and you can understand your partner.

Addressing conflicts requires courage and reliable methods. Only then can conflicts lead to growth - because they are solved consciously and quickly. The willingness to solve conflicts courageously and directly by bringing the smoldering accusations to the surface is the greatest appreciation we can show to people.

Format: 2 days
Participants: ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together, also from different departments


  • Communication rules
  • Using „I“ messages to be authentically present
  • Sender-receiver model, thoughts are pictures
  • 4-ears model: observing without judging
  • Trust through heart-led, eye-level communication:
    Transactional analysis
  • Conflict stages, de-escalation and creative solutions
  • The Harvard Method for Conflict Resolution (William Ury: Mediation and Meditation)
  • Sound arguments
  • Nonviolent communication (M. Rosenberg NVC)

Winning Presentation and Moderation

It is a pleasure to present your company, product, project and yourself in a relatable and agreeable way. Clarity is necessary about what is sought in communication and presentation situations - in order to then systematically achieve this goal. You can find just the right words in meetings and talks with team members, during customer presentations and public appearances. That’s when you are an active creator who skillfully moderates dynamics, resources and outcomes.

Format: 2 days

ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together, also from different departments

Ideally, participants have previously attended Successful Communication and Conflict Resolution


  • Differing communication and presentation situations
  • Goals, impact and stickiness: What do I expect and others need?
  • Thoughts are images
  • What do I, my department, my company stand for? Values and Added Value
  • Communication and presentation content, presentation stages and staging
  • Moderation: motives, phases, Dos and Don´ts, dealing with difficult situations

Successful Negotiating

"I'm not limiting myself to one position, rather leveraging leeway.”

You put yourself in your negotiating PARTNER's shoes. You prepare clear scenarios in order to actively shape cooperation at eye level. You create win-win situations and long-term and resilient relationships.

Format: 2 days
Participants: ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together, also from different departments


  • Beneficial preparation, setting agendas, defining leeway
  • What does my partner really want and need? Role simulation in the for-field
  • We are negotiation PARTNERS: the right kind of communication
  • Negotiation procedures and milestones
  • Harvard Method
  • Difficult people and situations, attackers and manipulators, conflict resolution and de-escalation, NVC/GfK method
  • “Calm, Cool and Collected” coupled with openness and flexibility
  • Uncovering and removing personal hurdles
  • Celebrating common ground: joint perspectives and interests

Intercultural Communication

Contact with people from other national cultures is part of everyday working life in an increasingly globalized world. The opportunities for international cooperation can be better realized with customers, partners and suppliers. Those who are aware of the impact of intercultural interplay and communication move confidently and successfully on the international stage.

The prerequisite for this is to look at yourself critically in the mirror and to honestly question your own cultural imprints, beliefs and world views. 

Format: 2 days

ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together, also from different departments

Ideally, participants have previously attended Communication and Conflict Resolution


  • Rules and overarching concepts of international communication
  • Culturally different language and time management
  • Realities, visible and invisible
  • Cultural dimensions
    • Basics
    • Scientific comparison of the cultures of business partners
  • What is the best way to resonate with my business partner?
  • Onsite international and virtual teams
  • Prepairing for intercultural encounters
  • Perceiving subtle nuances and preventing misunderstandings

Time Management and Work Flow

Only results count - not effort "Work smart - not hard".

WHAT I do is more important than HOW I do it: “There’s no right way to do the wrong thing”

Those who prioritise the important, plan their approach realistically. Their inner compass guides through the day, week and year.

Then the days on the way to the goal are fulfilling - instead of just filled up.

Format: 1 day
Participants: ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together, also cross- departmental
Ideally, participants have also attended Staying Strong


  • How do I use my time during the week
  • Exposing the mantra "I don't have time"
  • WHAT do I want?
  • HOW can I achieve it: Setting priorities and following through
  • Pareto principle, Eisenhower quadrants
  • Reducing interruptions, the multitasking myth, saying "no", meeting culture
  • This is how I will proceed in the future

Staying Strong: Vigilance and Vitality

A clever energy balance enables us to achieve a plus every day: in performance, self-determination, joy of living and gratitude.

We are usually not burdened by the QUANTITY of the working hours, but HOW these hours and HOW our private lives are organized. We can train our unconscious so that we remain calm and focused - in any situation. Many practical and simple tips and methods can be integrated immediately into everyday life and make work and leisure joyful.

Format: 1 day

ideally 12, managers and employees if possible together from different departments

Ideally, participants have attended Time Management and Work Flow


  • Energy flow in communication: helpful language, words are energy, hearing with the right ear(s)
  • Weakening interpretations, clear communication with myself and others gives focus and strength. What strengthens me personally?
  • Energisers: “The Center that Holds”-- Hearing, feeling, tasting, smelling, seeing as effective sources of power
  • Forest Bathing: Healing Power of Nature
  • What stresses me personally?
  • Recognising and mitigating energy expenditures, rest and restoration for greater traction and more momentum
  • Immediate restoration measures
  • Tips and measures for more joy at work and home
  • Fake news from the self-help scene
  • That's what I want to do for myself in the future.

The Personal Brand "I"

Who am I and where am I going? What was once the vision quest in old cultures is now used to create the “personal brand”. What is the source of my power and how do I direct it for my good as well as everyone’s good?

With answers to these questions, you can better assume responsibility for your particular positions in your various systems: the company, team, family, etc.

And – finally your present positions can be improved so you acting from your true essence, strength and joy.

Format: 1 day
Participants: ideally 12, managers and employees if possible, from different departments

Ideally, participants should also have completed Time Management and Work Flow


  • What does "self-branding" mean? Why should I do it?
  • What is my goal?
  • What is at the heart of my brand?
  • What / who encourages and empowers me, what / who weakens me?
  • How to stay on the ball – and follow through
  • Purposeful and focused communication and presentation
  • Networking with a global reach
  • My next steps

Modern Business Etiquette: What’s New

It is a pleasure to experience professional behaviour in everyday life – not only for your own progress and well-being but for everyone’s benefit. You can learn to appear more self-assured and represent your company more attractively at every occasion and opportunity. Such skillful application of modern etiquette is achievable for every open-minded person and creates fertile ground for interesting encounters.

Format: 1 day

ideally 12, managers and employees if possible from different departments

Ideally, participants should also have completed Time Management and Work Flow


  • What is "professional behaviour”? Why do I want it?
  • What is my goal? What is my personal brand (= what do I stand for?)
  • First encounters: greetings, titles, hierarchies
  • Analysing and addressing challenging behaviours and situations
  • Business Ethics: reliability
  • Small Talk: scoring and pitfalls
  • Showing up: space, dress code, table manners
  • My next steps


It is gratifying to uplift other people. Your trainers learn to quickly and confidently access and articulate internalized content, know exactly what is to be conveyed and how. This means proficiency in holistic didactic methods.

Our specialist, state-of-the-art toolbox proves to be of great value:

  • exercises, moderation knowhow and a self-assured performance in front of the group
  • handling objections and critical participants with confidence
  • flexibly steering group dynamics and
  • creating a positive, interesting and creative learning atmosphere
Format: 2 days

+ Participation in an inhouse training as co-trainer with own a role
+ Supervision and feedback
+ Follow-up (0.5 days) after first training alone, ideally together with other inhouse trainers

Ideally, participants should have previously attended Communication and Conflict Resolution and Presentation and Moderation


  • Presentation techniques, moderation and communication in trainings and workshops
  • Standing in your own power while standing in front of others
  • Dealing with objections and critical participants
  • Transferring your knowing and power to transform the participants' mindset and behavior
  • Targeted use of exercises and simulations
  • Steering group dynamics and using didactic aids
  • Special role as colleague for colleagues
  • Ensuring lasting impact
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