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Build your Championship-Team, part #2

by Kurt Fuchsenthaler
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WHAT IS THE OPTIMAL TEAM SIZE? In this slideshow you will see, why the „Magic 7“ is not the optimal team size. WHAT IS THE OPTIMAL TEAM SIZE? In this slideshow you will see, why the „Magic 7“ is not the optimal team size. Click on the image below to view the slideshow on LinkedIn …

Build your Championship-Team, part #1

by Kurt Fuchsenthaler
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STRESS IN YOUR TEAM? In this slideshow you will see the reason why your team should not exceed a certain size. STRESS IN YOUR TEAM? In this slideshow you will see the reason why your team should not exceed a certain size. Click on the image below to view the slideshow on LinkedIn …

In a crisis you need “Leaders”

by Kurt Fuchsenthaler
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“It´s always possible to improve results – not only when problems are obvious, but also when everything seems fine.” This interwiew article was published by the trade magazine “Deutscher Drucker”. Nr. 10/11, of June 11th, 2020 Questions: Martina Reinhardt Corporate success depends first and foremost on people. Relationships, especially between executives and employees, have a direct influence on people’s performance and their perception of stress. This is the…

Businesses need powerful people!

by Kurt Fuchsenthaler
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How does business success depend on the relationships between people? The fatal consequences for companies when this damaging gap between management and employees is established. For more than 30 years, I have been working in various positions for international companies in the printing industry, with between 100 and 18,000 employees. Over all these years I have enjoyed my job and it has always been super exciting for me to meet colleagues and customers in all parts of the world and to experience…

Are you a Manager or a Leader?

by Kurt Fuchsenthaler
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Knowing this is the key to your success as an executive. Our friend Christian is the managing director of a medium-sized company, in his mid-50s and works at least 60 hours a week. His wife is worried about his health and the children whine that he has far too little time for them. He doesn’t like his high blood pressure and his abdominal base at all, but unfortunately he has no time for sports or hobbies. Christian is aware that he is far too involved in the day-to-day business. In his opinion…