Our Programs


  • Observers' and assessors' training
  • Preventing observation errors
  • Stress diagnosis: detecting signs of stress


  • Basic Leadership
  • Intermediate Leadership
  • Advanced Leadership
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Delegation and Motivation
  • Structured Intervention
  • Conflict Management
  • Dealing with Difficult Employees
  • Professional Feedback
  • Leading Interviews
  • Leading Appraisals
  • Leading Development Round Tables
  • Leading Exit Talks
  • Assertive Leadership
  • Agile Leadership
  • Authentic Leadership
  • Lead, Act, Author
  • Building High-Performance Teams
  • My Personal Leadership Style
  • Leader As Coach
  • Leading Virtual Teams
  • Leading Intercultural Teams

Team Development

  • Managing Group Dynamics
  • Solving Conflicts
  • Becoming One Team
  • Values – Vision – Mission
  • Team Analysis
  • Becoming A High-Performance Team


  • Fundamentals of Successful Communication
  • Effective Communication
  • Audience-Oriented Presentation
  • Crisis Management and Crisis Communication 
  • Communicating With Difficult Stakeholders 
  • Communicating With Difficult Employees
  • Stakeholder Management


Convincing and Influencing ©

  • Inspiring Presentations
  • Presenting Myself
  • Perfect Power Point


  • Convincing Against Resistances
  • The Art of Persuasion
  • Successful Negotiation
  • Winning Discussions


  • Intercultural Preps for Expats
  • Business German
  • Sales F.o.r.c.e


  • Leading Customer Interviews
  • Mystery Guest
  • Mystery Customer

Train The Trainer

  • Train-the-Trainer
  • Train-the-Observer
  • Train-the-Assessor
  • Train-the-Coach
  • Train-the-Interviewer

The Ideal Training

  • Exceeds expectations of participants and organization.
  • Integrates the business philosophy and management culture.
  • Is current and contemporary in form and content
  • Provides maximum sustainability
  • Combines practical exercises and theoretical content in an entertaining fashion
  • Interchanges media and methods quickly
    Works with the experience of the participants
  • Allows participants to recognize the practical relevance for their work life at all times
  • Is performed by a facilitator that fits the target audience
  • Allows the facilitator the flexibility to make sure that the needs of the group are met at all times.

»A great training offers one thing above all: it keeps the audience’s attention conistently at a max. Only thus will content be available for learners. An excellent trainer will therefore not only need deep matter knowledge but also masterful pedagogics and psychological skills for experiential learning. Moreover: A constant change of methodology that is both creative and meaningful. If you bore your audience you have lost them for learning.«

Dr. Holger Schlageter