Our 5 guiding principles
1. Science and practice
We are practitioners who anchor the latest scientific findings in a tried and tested manner in the company. With the help of evaluations, we evaluate the effect of our interventions and our own actions, because this is the only way we can guarantee you the effect and further develop ourselves and our instruments. Our Scientific Advisory Board guarantees the scientific basis and the exchange of the latest scientific findings.
2. Valid data as a basis for decision-making
Human perception always depicts only part of the truth and is subject to errors. Therefore, valid data is needed as a basis for decision-making. The starting point for our interventions is comprehensive and valid instruments that provide the necessary data to answer the question precisely. The instruments can also serve as a monitoring tool to provide key figures for management.
3. The culture decides
We know that for the health of employees, the quality of work and their productivity, the employees’ emotional bond with the company is decisive. This is decisively influenced by the culture of the company. This includes the quality of leadership, the quality of interpersonal relationships, the company’s values and the meaningfulness of the work.
4. The trend is towards the head
Today it is no longer the physical performance that decides the success of a company but the work in the head. The world of work is becoming more complex, faster and denser. It is therefore a matter of maintaining the psychological energy of the employees, increasing their inner motivation, increasing their emotion regulation and the ability to cooperate and solve problems. Management through pressure, control or material incentives quickly reach their limits.
5. Real change takes time
The changes that are necessary to meet current trends such as digitization, increasing complexity, consolidation of work and demographic change take time. Therefore, developments must be recognized early and controlled quickly. With the help of regular organizational diagnoses, the need can be determined and the measures taken can be evaluated.