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What's the first step?

Kick-off discussions and knowledge transfer in the form of training provide inspiration for change. Open and honest exchanges, as well as playfully discovering new worlds of work, allow my clients to explore the options and potential of 'New Work' and 'Agile'. We jointly decide on the best approach that reflects their needs and those of the people at their company.


Does the company already have experience with 'New Work' and 'Agile', or is the goal to launch the first experiments with these methods?

What is the next step?

Regular mentoring allows me to support my clients as they jointly design their new, self-determined working environments. This starts with small change management projects which are jointly reflected on at regular intervals. This enables the experience to be transformed into learnings, allowing the planning, testing and implementation of the next steps.


Depending on requirements, I adopt various roles while supporting projects: 

  • As an observer giving feedback on what I see and hear

  • As an advisor answering questions and highlighting options

  • As a trainer teaching and transferring skills

  • As a mentor in the role of a sparring partner

  • As a facilitator guiding and providing support

  • As a coach for joint reflection

  • As a mediator helping resolve disputes

What outputs can you expect?

Over time, an 'Agile' and 'New Work' mindset become established.

An open and positive feedback culture develops as well as a constructive approach to responding to mistakes and challenges. A learning organisation is created which grows with every new challenge and can respond effectively to changes.

Employees become more motivated and satisfied, while companies become more efficient and effective. The status quo is regularly questioned and jointly optimised, results are generated at shorter intervals, and departments work together independently and across disciplines.

An Agile approach to work also relies on customers being involved more frequently.

Such fundamental changes take time since they first require changing habits and mindsets. 

What is my goal?

My aims during every project are for my client to develop and improve their problem-solving skills and to internalise Agile and 'New Work' thought patterns. Furthermore, to consolidate an open and constructive communication and feedback culture, experiment freely with new ideas, constantly reflect and develop, regularly question current behaviour patterns and processes, and, of course, have fun doing all of the above. 

If requested by the company, I can train employees to become Agile Coaches or adopt other Agile roles. These individuals regularly accompany me during my work and gradually take over more and more of my tasks and responsibilities. 

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