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Human leadership

Human Leadership focuses on the relationship between leaders and employees, with the ambition to make it meaningful and authentic. Striving for the human dimension means that, in addition to their business focus, leaders are driven by the desire to understand, support, and respect the needs, talents, and challenges of their employees.

Empathy is key. Leaders understand the real experiences taking place in the work environment. They continuously engage in an open dialogue with each employee, ensuring that employees feel appreciation and encouragement to harness their potential. The human aspect of leadership is not only important for the well-being of employees but is ultimately essential for achieving sustainable business success.

True leadership is not about being in charge. It's about taking care of those in your charge.

Simon Sinek

Trusting Team Climate

Meaningful human leadership goes beyond merely exercising authority; it involves creating a team climate infused with trust, psychological safety, and the courage to embrace vulnerability. How can a leader foster essential pillars, and how can team members actively contribute to establishing such a climate?

Importance of Trust

Trust forms the foundation of a healthy team. A leader must act consistently and honestly, communicate transparently, and demonstrate reliability. They should be willing to take responsibility for mistakes and successes, fostering belief among team members in their intentions and competence.

Psychological Safety

Leaders must create an environment in which team members feel free to share their ideas, concerns, and mistakes without fear of retaliation. It starts with active listening, acknowledging different perspectives, and encouraging open dialogue.

Vulnerability as Strength

Demonstrating vulnerability is a sign of strong leadership. A leader must be willing to share their insecurities, acknowledge mistakes, and express doubts. This creates an empathetic connection with team members and shows that vulnerability is not weak but rather powerful and authentic.



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