Communication is one of the most important skills for successful employees and companies in the 21st century. A good communication culture within the company can not only avoid conflicts but also contribute to cost savings. Studies show that employees are bound by conflicts for an average of 15% of their working time, and for executives even up to 50%.
We offer communication seminars for companies to improve internal communication and collaboration. We specifically work on the internal attitudes and communicative skills of the participants to promote a cooperative working culture. With our workshops and seminars, we equip your employees with the necessary communication tools to work successfully and cooperatively.
Effective training measures begin with first-class consulting. Our consulting team supports your training planning with a wealth of experience and a lot of creativity.
Kommunikationsexpertin Angela Bittner zeigt, wie Sie Verhandlungen einfacher und erfolgreicher gestalten können.
A communication seminar can make a significant contribution to leadership and personnel management. Good communication skills are essential for appropriate and successful leadership. It contributes to higher flexibility in perception and communication and is particularly beneficial within the framework of situational and cooperative leadership models.
Similarly, good communication is an important prerequisite for a productive and well-functioning team. A positive communication culture and a high degree of mutual appreciation are prerequisites for high identification of team members with the team. Cooperative communication can help convey the attitudes and settings as well as the tools that enable high effectiveness of the team and satisfaction and identification of each individual with the team.
Excellent communication skills are also crucial for the success of innovation processes. Innovation processes require close cooperation and open exchange and communication of all involved. Often, it is communication that brings momentum and dynamism to the process or brings it to a standstill. Therefore, employees must be able to exploit their communicative potential in cooperative interaction to make the best use of processes meaningfully.