Leadership development

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Articles

  • Culture eats technology for breakfast

    Have you ever rolled out a new IT system, launched it and then seen it plummet straight to the ground? This is the cruel fate of many IT systems, and afterwards comes the question: “What went wrong?”

  • Leadership for the next generation knowledge worker

    How leadership uses purpose, personalisation and freedom to transform Generation Y knowledge workers into high performers and navigate their organisations through the generational shift.

  • Unmotivated employees

    You have no unmotivated employees – they are actually always motivated. Sometimes they just happen to be motivated for doing something different than what you want them to do in a given situation. Learn how to point motivation in the right direction.

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Featured clients

Arbejdernes Landsbank
Making the most popular bank in Denmark even better
Across industries and sectors, a lot of time and resources are wasted on sales training activities that have little or no impact on the business. But not at Arbejdernes Landsbank (AL). The New value meeting project is an example of how sales and leadership training across 71 branches delivered real value to the business. Simply because the training was customised and conceived as a process rather than an isolated event.
The Capital Region of Denmark
Developing leadership in health care
Better service, higher quality of patient care at lower costs and with balanced budgets. It sounds too good to be true, but that is actually what the Capital Region of Denmark achieved through one of the most extensive leadership development programmes ever conducted in Scandinavia.
The Danish Veterinary & Food Administration
Professionalising the exercise of authority
In 2012, 25 managers and 350 inspectors from the Food Control division in The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) joined the competence development programme, “Professionalising the exercise of public authority”, designed in close collaboration with DVFA’s HR division. Two years later, impact surveys document stronger relational competences among inspectors, greater job satisfaction and better client relations.