Success factor connection

Target group




To whom is my offer addressed?

  • Companies that strive for a strong WE feeling and an open and growth-oriented corporate culture
  • Companies that want to introduce a certain cultural mindset (e.g. New Work Mindset)
  • Managers and professionals for whom connecting communication skills are an essential tool of their field of work, because they want to use them to reach people and goals
  • Employees with intensive contact to customers/clients and service providers
  • Managers who want to initiate a sensitive change process in their company
  • Teams that want to make their inter- and intradisciplinary communication fluent and efficient

What are the benefits of having a strong interpersonal connection within the organization?

Benefits of companies/teams whose members are connected by a clear, shared level of expertise and relationships:

  • Employees are motivated, open and committed and remain loyal to the company for a long time
  • Specialists and managers work together in a solution-oriented and efficient manner
  • Information flows smoothly from A to B
  • Employees can develop their potential to the maximum
  • Employees are more satisfied and less likely to be ill
  • Customers are more satisfied and remain loyal to the company longer
  • The company develops an open, fear-free communication culture
  • The company develops into an attractive employer brand (keyword: employer branding)

How can you recognize a connecting corporate culture?

  • People and good interpersonal relationships are the focus of the managers
  • Values that promote relationships are lived (appreciation, recognition, empathy, respect, openness, tolerance, diversity, trust ...)
  • The dignity and value of fellow human beings are always respected and acknowledged, even in crisis situations
  • Mistakes are seen primarily as opportunities for learning and growth
  • Diversity means enrichment in terms of content and interpersonal skills, a "more" of everything
  • Creativity and the development of potential are given the necessary space
  • Employees are deployed in a strength- and potential-oriented manner
  • Development areas are approached together with openness, empathy and a solution-oriented attitude.

Approaches and methods

  • Insights and models from the field of Humanistic Psychology and Communication Psychology, including Schulz von Thun, Watzlawick, Satir, Cohn, Rogers and Riemann/Thomann
  • Methods from cultural analysis and development (Graves Value System/Spiral Dynamics Integral)
  • Interventions from systemic psychological counseling, coaching and mediation, systemic short-term therapy and transactional analysis
  • Nonviolent communication according to Dr. Rosenberg
  • Methods of feedback
  • Psychology and processes in groups
  • Beliefs and driver dynamics
  • Nonverbal communication