Here writes: Michael Hübler

HueblerMichael Hübler is a qualified pedagogue, coach and consultant. Hübler was born in Geislingen / Steige in 1972. After studying pedagogy and a managerial position in a non-profit organization, in 2006 he arrived where he feels most comfortable: on the open market. The coach, trainer and consultant works and lives with his wife and two children in Fürth / Franconia. In addition to his book publications, he regularly writes blog articles. His main focus is on emotional skills, leadership and communication. More information at

  • Employee motivation for managers: decision-making in the network

    It takes a clear discussion of the meaningfulness and nonsense of hierarchies in each individual company. The aim should be a good balance between hierarchies and networks. Networks in knowledge management The term network is used in particular in knowledge management when it comes to the fast and smooth exchange of information. Networks are pragmatic and ask Read more

  • Employee motivation for managers: sense and nonsense of hierarchies

    Just as it cannot be done without them in the animal kingdom, hierarchies also have some advantages in business, despite all the disadvantages, such as the consequences of the Peter principle (employees are promoted until they get to a position that overwhelms them) offer: How hierarchies help Responsibility and the ability to make decisions: Hierarchies help to define clear responsibilities. Decisions will be Read more

  • Employee motivation for executives: the last option

    As unsatisfactory as it may sound, sometimes the last option simply consists of the triad of damage limitation, self-protection and consequences. The frustrating triad of damage limitation: What can you do to minimize impending damage to the company, for example no longer giving certain employees top customers? Self Protection: Ask yourself: what is my role in the Read more

  • Employee motivation for managers: boss as driver

    Leadership is not just about motivating. Leading also means driving. Despite all understanding of the concerns of the employees, managers have to endure being unpopular at one point or another. Acting as a part-person Especially in the role of the driver, it is beneficial not to feel as a total person, but to act out of this individual role, so to speak as a part-person. Read more

  • Employee motivation for managers: Leadership roles

    Everyone has their role and that can change. This also applies to yourself. You too play the controller or organizer from time to time, you have to set processes in motion in other situations and contribute to stabilizing the mood in others. Lion tamer or lead wolf? Systemic thinking gives us the ability to change our personality Read more

  • Employee motivation for leaders: like the little prince

    If you want to motivate a team, you don't just have to drive it to work, you have to show them a goal. Just do it like the little prince. But is it really a manager's job to motivate their employees? As the little prince is often quoted, the saying of de Saint-Exupéry, father of the little one Read more

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