We support both company executives and top candidates in the development and establishment of modern leadership styles and methods, and help to build corporate cultures that are oriented towards success, sustainability and humanity.
Effective coaching increases companies’ ability to reflect and act. It helps to comprehensively and objectively assess leadership contexts and your own leadership style, to dissolve blockages, to eliminate inefficiencies in team structures and to increase motivation and integration. Thus, coaching projects have a significant and measurable impact on a company’s performance.
Project structure of LAB
Coaching at LAB is used at various points:
“With coaching as preparation for the search for a non-family board member, LAB has contributed to a really successful appointment.” – Feedback of an LAB client from a medium-sized company
“The coaching approach helped to resolve a somewhat muddled situation among the shareholders. This created the basis for a smooth company succession planning.” – Feedback of an LAB client from a medium-sized company
Preliminary meeting with client and coachee. Both must accept the coach, in order for there to be any chance of success. The contents of the coaching are to be treated as strictly confidential. There is never any reverse communication to the company.
“We see intensive coaching as the basis for successful corporate succession planning. Only in this way can the true motivation of the entrepreneur be worked out and it can be ensured that surprise effects become very unlikely in the first weeks and months. Moreover, onboarding coaching is becoming increasingly important in an increasingly digitised and globalised world.”- Frank Beyer, Managing Partner LAB & Company
Globalisation confronts managers with high social, organisational and procedural complexity. Professional coaching makes a decisive contribution to enabling effective leadership in dynamic, cross-cultural structures, minimising the effects of attrition and strengthening organisation-wide commitment.
Digitisation is not only changing the business models and success parameters of companies. At the same time, it also has a strong influence on management principles, forms of work (new work) and motivation systems in the organisation. This change represents a great challenge for managers in all areas, which cannot be addressed solely on the basis of customary methods, behavioural patterns and experiences. Against this background, coaching is a central impulse generator for a successful transformation and an important lever to create more openness and willingness to change and to reduce fears and blockades.