Nadja Raslan

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Nadja Raslan nadjaraslanNadja Raslan is Managing Director of RaslanTraining - Systemic Personnel Development.

After several years of management experience in a Munich-based consulting firm, she has been working independently as a consultant and trainer since 1997. She studied Business Administration with focus on Human Resources, Occupational and Organizational Psychology and Tax / Audit. She is a systemic coach and a couple / family therapist. As a teacher, she trains business coaches. Her core competencies are leadership, communication, conflict and team. Together with the systemic consultant, trainer and coach Franz Hölzl, she has published several books, including "From Now Executive".

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Good decision for executives: with intuition and understanding

In your day-to-day management you will experience situations that on the one hand leave you no time for detailed analyzes, but on the other demand a quick and clear decision. What Helps Them Do: Use Intuition and Mind. Read more

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Learn how to decide: problem solving in 5 steps

You can make good decisions if you proceed in a targeted and comprehensible manner. Even if it turns out later that there would have been a better decision, you can understand and justify the decision-making process. Read more