PACE OF CHANGE
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We live in a time when change becomes constant. Many companies talk about it. They want to become more sustainable. Connect their production processes, digitizing services, and customer interfaces. Tomorrow's success will be the result of teamwork between man and machine.
How will we work and live in the future? What skills will we need tomorrow? How do we lead people and manage companies? What drives us? How do we leave our planet for our children and their children?
Companies, institutions, executives and employees - together we have a unique chance to find answers to these questions. If we unlearn the old, radically rethink and find ourselves new, we can shape the future intelligently and responsibly.
Tobias Koedel is a rethinker and lateral thinker. He shakes us up and invites us to do things differently. And he always has one thing clearly in focus: the human being. His plea is clear: Whoever accompanies people today creates space, creates connectedness, unfolds potential and at the same time provides orientation and security.
It is time for a new "WE".
Let's do it together!
Tobias knows change from the real side. His keynotes are powerful impulses for organizations and employees. Bold and authentic examples from the reality of one tremendous enterprise transformation. Rather than unprofessional bullshit bingo.
Honestly? Leadership has never been as challenging as it is today. And at the same time, it has never been so fulfilling to accompany people.
Tobias supports top managers and leaders on the way to give space, to empower, and to establish a culture that connects.
If transformation becomes a place of experience rather than a buzz word, then we break successfully with the patterns of the past. And we change change. Tobias advises organizations on the way to their desired future.
"We have heard many times that we could not have started the day better than with the keynote of you. You have impressed and set a mark, which gives others courage."
CEO Dwight Cribb
"Not only me personally, but also our executives were motivated to think ahead and, above all, to carry on. Thank you, Tobias, for your inspiring and imaginative food for thought!"
"Your remarks have given us important impulses for our work and material for reflection. "The Beautiful Ugly Truth" will be with us for a while."