Contents of the Training
Getting to know status models
- Raising the unconscious handling of status to a conscious level
- Analysis of existing work relationships and relationship networks
- Visualizing and reflecting on one's own and others' power strategies and behaviors
Questioning role behavior
- Overcoming clichés. Competing men are seen as alpha males, but competing women are seen as bossy. Leaders who are too lenient are seen as weak in assertiveness, while leaders who are too tough lack social competence.
- Recognize overt and covert micropolitical strategies, tactics, and control techniques
Adjusting one's own communication style
- Using voice and language as a means of impact
- Body language of high and low status individuals
Becoming a status artist
- Professionally manage the balancing act between necessary distance and meaningful closeness to clients/employees/customers/superiors
- Developing the willingness to leave one's own preferred status in social stress situations.
- Developing options for dealing with micropolitical aspects of your everyday life
Theoretical input, exchange of experiences, group and individual work, simulation of everyday situations, constellation work, and practical case work.