Future Leadership Training


We provide the interpersonal leadership skills of the future.

Our Future Leadership Training teaches managers to lead people in their team to develop their full potential and to use it in the best interest of the company. Scientifically sound, emotionally intelligent and with years of expertise. We teach the Future Leadership Skills in eight modules that can be individually booked and combined.

Driving change

Executives are expected to authentically stand for the continuous transformation of the company. We support them in concretely shaping their role model and inspiring teams to welcome change and take responsibility for it.

Recognizing performance

Companies are becoming increasingly more virtual and work in rapidly changing project and team constellations. As a result, team members have a growing need for feedback. We teach attitudes and techniques that help to express appreciation that are meaningful to the team member and are well received.

Developing employees and teams

Innovations and changes are occurring at an increasing pace, and teams must constantly evolve. This requires new attitudes: Cooperation instead of delegation, bottom-up instead of top-down, courage to experiment instead of zero tolerance for mistakes. We provide insights into how people in leadership roles can free themselves and their team members from old roles.

Initiating and making decisions

Executives have to make decisions all the time. Due to the growing complexity and the high pace of innovation, it is becoming more and more challenging to know all the essential prerequisites for decisions and to assess their effects. We support you in exploring what good decision-making processes can look like.

Providing orientation

There are hardly any qualities that executives are expected to possess as much as assertiveness. Especially in a world that is changing rapidly. But what really needs to be set? How much freedom does each team member have to achieve common goals? We teach how leaders can make their expectations clear and effectively enforce them.

Encouraging innovation

Innovations in the working world of the future will be generated less by individuals than by an interplay of teams and networks. How can managers create space for innovation and organize work in such a way that team members can contribute with all their skills? Where can they start on an interpersonal level to promote a culture of innovation? We accompany you on this path.


The work environment of the future is characterized by flat hierarchies, hybrid teams and networks. People with leadership responsibilities are often dependent on the cooperation of hundreds of people over whom they have little control. To achieve their goals, leaders need to negotiate. We teach the Harvard Negotiation Project's method of issue-based negotiation.

Moderating and resolving conflicts

In a world where people contribute their competencies to changing, hybrid teams, leaders increasingly lead through values such as cooperation and voluntarism. We mediate conflict moderation as a method to resolve disputes within teams or between team members and leaders.

The working world of the future requires a new attitude in leadership.

Teams expect to be involved in decisions. They need more leeway to achieve goals. Constellations change more frequently and authority arises less formally in hybrid teams than through face-to-face communication.

In order for executives to assert themselves and achieve goals, they must be able to navigate complex environments, rally people behind a cause, bring about decisions, empower teams to take ownership, and create space for innovation.

Human supports you in this process with its Future Leadership Training.