Dr. Regina Mahlmann

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Dr. Regina Mahlmann 88Dr. As a coach and consultant, Regina Mahlmann is a sparring partner for the top management.

Dr. Regina Mahlmann, doctor of sociology and philosopher, worked for many years in teaching and research. Today she works as a coach, consultant and consultant in and for companies - as a sparring partner for top management and as a source of inspiration for and companions of groups, especially in change-rich and therefore exciting phases of a company. Her work focuses on Constructivism, Systems Theory, Social Psychology, Humanistic Psychology, Philosophy of Life, Communication, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and Neuroscience.

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Boss Bashing and Manager Bullying: Bosses in the Stigma Case

Chefs are often branded as alpha animals and narcissists whose alleged strengths quickly turn into interpersonal weaknesses. These characteristics also have their constructive sides, which are far too rarely considered. Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Boss bashing and manager bullying: Pinstrip riveting?

Managers are only too likely to be abused in Germany - because of excessive salaries, dismissals and wrong decisions. The most recent example is the expulsion of VW boss Matthias Müller. But are they really that bad or are you just talking bad? Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Important rules for executives: learn to be boss - 10 bids

“Can you be boss?” Asks Daniel Rettig, editor at Wirtschaftswoche, in an article in 2012 - The most sensible answer is: “It depends.” Of expectations, especially on the part of the employees. Of readiness, especially of the leaders. Role definitions that list claims, expectations, rights and obligations. Read more

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