Melanie Vogel

Posted by tuppy on April 3, 2017
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The virtues ProjectTM”creates the basis of nonviolent communication and establishes the balancing act between human appreciation on the one hand and economic performance orientation, on the other hand. People are intrinsically motivated when their emotional centers in the brain activated and awakened enthusiasm in them. Utter executives so praise and recognition, and they show the employees compared with appreciation and loyalty, they put the happy advertising materials of dopamine in the brains of employees, oxytocin and opioid free and automatically contribute to produce a motivations – and performance promoting environment. Managers ask, however, about its employees and they convey the feeling of dominance, they trigger a chain reaction of negative emotions, which is not only the business climate poisoned, but in addition also neurobiologically harmful affects the productivity and performance of employees brains, and thus in the worst case can reduce also the net profit. “The five strategies for the leadership, the the virtues ProjectTM” describes, refer to the reflection of a recognised language, the use of instructive moments, setting clear limits and monitoring of employees. MSCO has much to offer in this field. Appreciative management is not a self-perpetuating and not something you can learn overnight. A careful communication even in stressful situations or in the moments in which the employee has made a mistake, to be able to retrieve, requires exercise”, says trainer Melanie Vogel. You can get the full article here: leadership/lead with virtues /.

Melanie Vogel is available for interviews. About Melanie Vogel, Melanie Vogel is a consultant, trainer, speaker and author on the topics of Futability, innovation management & leadership. She’s trained innovation coach, Member of the Stanford University innovation network, certified management trainer (situational leadership after Ken Blanchard) and she has undergone the training as a facilitator at the German offshoot of the “virtues ProjectTM”, the TugendProjekt e.V.. Melanie Vogel is Managing Director of AoN – agency without name GmbH. The ‘different thinkers’ aims to help companies make the transition to a life-friendly work environment. As initiator of the women & work, Germany’s largest trade fair Congress for women, the AoN awarded 2012 “Land of ideas” with the Innovation Prize.