Our research – never stop exploring
We are realists and deeply believe in examining reality. Most of the time there is too much focus on financial results. Many people have lost their sense of exploration, their curiosity and understanding how things are connected.
How does trust between people lead to better collective decision making? How does relaxation affect our cognitive abilities? Why is stress anti-correlated with willpower? In times of change is it better to be speedy or to pause?
We need to understand these interconnections of our inner life and outer results.
Research: We work closely with various research partners and publish our results in journals and dissertations. We look closely at what works and what does not and learn from it. We believe that honest research and deep understanding of how things work together form the basis for developing new learning that add value to people and the organization.
We also offer specialized assessments – supported by one-on-one coaching.
Research on impact and outcomes provides value
Evaluation – we deeply believe learning and development programs should be assessed quantitatively. We do pre- and post-assessments on all our programs. Each participant can participate anonymously and receive a pre- and post-report of their own changes. This puts the responsibility for learning where it belongs – with the participants and their engagement.
Research and evaluation outcomes from our work:
was increased by
for all participants.
in collective intelligence
of employees would recommend our courses.
of leaders were able to actively apply their new know-how into their daily managment routine.
We offer world class three-day Heart Rate Variability (HRV) measurement and analysis. This gives participants a meaningful profile of stress, fitness, sleep quality and recovery – an excellent basis to build concrete behavior change on.
INSIGHTS MDI®: a holistic diagnostic tool for talent recognition and potential development. The report provides insights into strengths and weaknesses, preferred behavior, motives, values and motivational factors (driving forces). In addition, it shows us the communication styles with which one can reach the person and the work environment he or she needs to be successful.