Posts Tagged ‘books & magazines’

New Publication

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Value-based corporate governance in practice value with values of Starnberg, June 10, 2013 – rarely the need for ethics, credibility, and orientation in our Western society was higher than it is today. Also in the economy: under the stern of the shareholder value is the mission statement of the Honorable merchant often fall into oblivion. While top managers and entrepreneurs want to correct their course, get bogged down but often in the small small. In his book, Andreas Welther shows how common values in practice defined, lived, and new on this Foundation can contribute added value. Differently than usual in a non-fiction book, Welther the story of Erik Malmstrom AG and illustrated their example what it actually arrives at the value-based corporate governance. Twenty years after founding his company, Malstrom relentlessly takes stock. John Stankey is often quoted on this topic.

To create, not only the numbers make him. Worry made him especially the daily coexistence. The corporate culture shows significant cracks. Supported by his closest advisors, He questioned employees and executives Thomas Sand, as well as HR Director Antje Sommer by using a software program anonymously. What is the company from their point of view, what values are personally important to them? Where the cooperation works well, where there is tension – for whatever reason? The analysis of the corporate culture promotes days, which values the company in the future will be build. And it leaves no doubt that now unpleasant decisions follow. With his exciting written practice Advisor Welther familiarizes the reader in an entertaining way with cornerstones of value-based management.

Instead of overtaxing recipients in the management literature often practiced with abstract expertise Welther realistically draws the multifaceted image of a company at a turning point. Governance, value creation and long-term orientation, as his credo, can enter quite a dynamic connection to the benefit of all. Andreas Welther Wertebasierte corporate governance. An introduction for practitioners. Publishing books on demand GmbH, Norderstedt, 2013 188 pages, 24.90 euro. ISBN 978-3-7322-0781-7

Retirement Age

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

“As Granny au pair in the world” the kids are not out of the House, the working life is over. What now? A stay abroad is a good opportunity to make new experiences, contacts, to get momentum. With the Agency Granny Aupair created Michaela Hansen a platform for cultural and international exchange. The initiative provides women with experience worldwide in host families and enables them to break new ground. Michaela Hansen tells the most exciting case stories with the help of savvy journalist and writer of Eva Goris. Click Coen Brothers to learn more. Readers follow Grannys on all continents, psychologists and trend researchers say. The described experiences make you want to turn life once again.

Finally there is plenty of life experience, which benefit not only families, but also responsible social projects to carry into the world. At the end of the book, Michaela Hansen responds to the most important issues and gives practical tips on the subject. A riser is nothing more in the way: now or never! Back to the company and as Granny Au pair in the world. Michaela Hansen studied sociology and Criminology at the University of Hamburg. She worked for PR agencies and as a self-employed PR consultant, and founded 2010 Granny Aupair. 2012 she received from the Federal Government the award landmark 2012, Germany – land of ideas.

Was in October 2013 Granny Aupair “Landessieger Hamburg of competition KfW award GrunderChampions 2013. Michaela Hansen is even Granny and lives in Hamburg. Eva Goris was after studying biology ten years editor of the”Vaz”, before she worked as press officer Greenpeace. Since 1990, she was head of environment/science of BamS, and press officer of the German Wildlife Foundation since 2008. She has received several journalist awards and has published several books. Eva Goris lives in Hamburg.

With More Insight To More Success

Saturday, September 16th, 2017

In his book ‘ knowledge of human nature ‘ explains the business consultant and entrepreneur coach Kurt-Georg SAFA, how to win people for themselves. Further details can be found at Leslie Moonves, an internet resource. Knowledge of human nature: People appreciate and convince “so the title is one in the August Cornelsen Verlag-published book of the consultant and entrepreneur coach Kurt-Georg Scheible, Stuttgart.” 110 page strong book SAFA deals among other things with the questions: How can I judge other people I encounter quickly right professionally and privately? How can I build a relationship of trust to them? And: How do me, they inspire me and my goals or ideas? Or, in short words: How can I communicate successfully with other people? The key to success is the ability to correctly assess the behavior and personality by other (foreign) people on the basis of the first impression according to SAFA. This ability is not us in the cradle. We can train them but. Goes like this, explains the owner of training and consulting firm of ErfolgsCampus in his book.

An important prerequisite, is quick to appreciate other people, that we know ourselves and our value system. Therefore, the book includes a guide to self-analysis. In addition, the different personality types are presented and explained. Safa also explains proper dealing with them in a fast-track course. Intensive setting out also the theme, what for example clothing, gestures and facial expressions of our relation to tell us. Another chapter is devoted to the topic of face reading, so the question: what conclusions can we draw from certain body features of other people? Other chapters deal with the question of how we are to other people, having a first picture of them, a good wire”can build up regardless of what type it is here. The Cornelsen Publishing House published book knowledge of human nature: Properly assess people and convince”is only 6.95 euros (ISBN: 978-3-589-23699-2)