Complex change projects can be successful. This happens when participants understand why change is necessary, and exactly what the added-value and benefits are for both the company and its employees - when individuals can answer the question, “What’s it for me?”

Genuine participation is the key to success.

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The connection between seemingly dissimilar factors such as strategy, structure, processes, and culture plays a critical role in whether an organization’s development remains a theoretical exercise or is successfully executed.

  • Development of vision and strategy
  • Strategy workshops and coaching
  • Business model innovation and development
  • Introduction of agile approaches and methods
  • Organizational design of structures and processes
  • Planning and implementation workshops
  • Analysis of current work culture and definition of target culture
  • Roadmap design for culture change
  • Tailored, concrete actions for initiating and anchoring fundamental culture changes






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Effective team members work for one another rather than merely with one another. Only with this approach can teams create value that is greater than the sum of its parts. Team collaboration is enabled by trust, constructive conflict resolution, commitment to team decisions, and shared responsibility for common goals.

  • Continual development of management and executive teams
  • Creation of tailored team development programs
  • Development and moderation of workshop series for teams
  • Definition of common goals and priorities, clarification of roles and responsibilities, creation of feedback loops, solidification of collaboration commitments
  • Development and moderation of in-house and offsite workshops
  • Conflict resolution within and between teams
  • Mediation of conflicts with multiple parties
  • Clarification of interface points between teams, departments, and functions






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Providing orientation is the most critical of all leadership responsibilities — a challenge under even ideal circumstances. In times of change, providing orientation becomes more difficult. Executives must additionally think and act entrepreneurially, manage the day-to-day business, and take a wide range of interests into account. Success depends on your ability to incorporate these disparate roles and ultimately lead yourself first.

  • The first 100 days in a new position
  • Reframing your leadership role
  • Becoming an intrapreneur within your company
  • The next step: developing the business
  • Leadership: managing yourself and others
  • Getting started: the path to entrepreneurship






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Inspirational and interactive impetus events connect participants and their expertise, igniting action and change. Moderated conferences and workshops are highly interactive, geared toward implementation and results.

The sales and marketing unit of a mid-sized global company seeks to better align with customers and must change in order to do so. At an initial two-day executive workshop, leadership principles, strategic projects, and potential innovation are determined. In the following days 120 employees participate in an interactive impetus event where they simultaneously influence the change process and integrate into it.

A digitalization project has been adopted by the steering committee. Targets and a roadmap have been drafted. In a kick-off workshop more than 80 participants gain agreement on the key issues. These include future team collaboration, implementation of the roadmap, the role of leadership, and the management of critical stakeholders. The workshop lays the ground work for an inspired project start.

The international business transformation team at a large corporation is facing a complex challenge. It involves the roll-out of a near-shoring concept, tough negotiations with international subsidiary leadership as well as supporting intercultural and virtual collaboration within teams. In a series of workshops teams use the Design Thinking methodology, working creatively and agilely toward concrete solutions.







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Closing the strategy-execution gap by creating comprehensive change in leadership, team, and corporate culture

Michael Stiegler
Management Consultant, Team & Leadership Coach

Address:
Am Herrgottseck 3a
81669 Munich

Questions?
Please call me: +49 174 920 7512



My Motivation and Motto:

  • Shape your future, rather than be shaped by it
  • Growth rather than stagnation
  • Stand for one another, rather than merely with one another


My Mission:

Together with my clients, I close the gaps between strategy and execution—achieving and sustaining targets.

My Style:

Affirmative. Astute. Effective. I’m naturally empathetic and work on equal footing with my clients, applying both facility and depth as needed.

My Focus Areas:

  • Consulting in strategy, organizational development, and change management
  • Individual coaching for business owners, executives, managers, and leaders
  • Coaching for management and executive teams
  • Impetus events: interactive moderation of executive strategy meetings, conferences, and workshops.




Closing the strategy-execution gap by creating comprehensive change in leadership, team, and corporate culture

Michael Stiegler
Management Consultant, Team & Leadership Coach

Address:
Am Herrgottseck 3a
81669 Munich

Questions?
Please call me: +49 174 920 7512



My Motivation and Motto:

  • Shape your future, rather than be shaped by it
  • Growth rather than stagnation
  • Stand for one another, rather than merely with one another


My Mission:

Together with my clients, I close the gaps between strategy and execution—achieving and sustaining targets.

My Style:

Affirmative. Astute. Effective. I’m naturally empathetic and work on equal footing with my clients, applying both facility and depth as needed.

My Focus Areas:

  • Consulting in strategy, organizational development, and change management
  • Individual coaching for business owners, executives, managers, and leaders
  • Coaching for management and executive teams
  • Impetus events: interactive moderation of executive strategy meetings, conferences, and workshops.




My Background

Experience

I’ve worked for the last ten years as a consultant and coach in a number of contexts. These include leadership positions within a consultancy, as a partner within consultant networks and currently as an independent business owner. Previously, I worked in international financial markets as a broker and stock exchange trader.

Education

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations in Strategy, Innovation, Change Management, and Leadership | OUBS London
  • Journalism | FJS Berlin
  • Business Administration | VWA München
  • Stock Exchange Trader License | XETRA | EUREX
  • Bank Teller | IHK

Further Training

  • Design Thinking | J2C Berlin
  • Systemic Teamcoach | ICO Augsburg
  • Systemic Consultant & Coach | ICO Augsburg
  • Mediator | Akademie Perspektivenwechsel München
  • Train-the-Trainer | K3 Performance London

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