I have been working for 35 years in leadership with people undergoing crises and conflicts. The experience I have gained from all of these encounters is extensive, multifaceted and multicultural. Seeing the person, the individual, is crucial. Only then can you offer support, leadership and guidance. Techniques and methods for leadership is secondary to building a strong alliance of trust with the people you lead.
My deepest passion is to equip leaders with competence in four areas. I want to put a new frame around four of the most challenging areas leaders face and replace avoidance with excitement.
A good leader needs to be competent in guiding employees through personal and/or work-related crisis, evoking change where there is discourse or lack of motivation, leading diverse and multicultural teams and minimizing the effects of conflict.