“An over controlled team works under “orientation stress”. An under controlled team works under “vacuum stress”. Only Balanced Leadership facilitates the team’s active interplay.”

British and german studies found out independently, that orchestras can only succeed in the long term, if they manage competing demands effectively. It’s not the question  “democracy or alignment?”, but how to switch over depending on the challenges.

Initial situation

  • Competing demands are challenging executives and teams
  • They are e.g. speed/complexity, diversity/efficiency, and creativity/standardization

Impacts

  • Under pressure, the “common understanding of the common piece” gets out of sight
  • Working modes get incompatible

Let’s rethink

  • The “common understanding of the common piece” must be consolidated
  • “Balancing Leadership & Team” means to manage competing demands effectively

Target groups

  • Executives

Goals

  • Increase of leadership impact
  • Achieving goals through managing competing demands effectively

Methods

  • Discovering competing demands in the area of responsibility
  • Rhetoric tools for convincing delegation and team motivation
  • Conducting musicians for clear communication
  • Case studies for development of new activity options

Target groups

  • Teams

Goals

  • Managing competing demands together
  • Improving cooperation inside and outside the team

Methods

  • Discovering competing demands in the team
  • Comparing inside and outside perspective on the team
  • Orchestra exercises for attentive cooperation and common dynamic
  • Clearing of individual efforts for the “common piece”, that means for the common mission

Following these guidelines:

  • Confidentiality
  • Based on your concern, we find the ways to your individual goals
  • Team coaching is based on impartiality and equidistance

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