Here writes: Dr. Stefan Fourier

stefan-FourierDr. Stefan Fourier is a German management consultant, natural scientist and author. Stefan Fourier, born in Freiberg, grew up in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and studied physics at the Technical University in Dresden, where he specialized in the use of radioactive isotopes and in the mathematical acquisition of spectral analyzes. Until 1985 he researched high-polymer plastics and finally received his doctorate in the field of process chemistry under the title Contributions to the mathematical modeling of the coagulation process. In 1987, Stefan Fourier fled the GDR to what was then the Federal Republic of Germany, where he worked as a management trainer and together with his wife the consulting company Humanmanagement with a focus on change and innovation, in particular with a focus on corporate development, process optimization, change management and project management. Fourier publishes his content in specialist texts and non-fiction books, but also in fables, short stories and aphorisms. From 1994 almanacs appeared under the title “Essence for People in Responsibility”.

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    Group behavior and group decisions is a very exciting and important topic. In addition to leaders, doers and participants, there is another role: that of the opponent. How do opponents behave? This becomes clear if you take a closer look during team building - then you can make another, interesting observation: some participants try Read more

  • The archetypes of Plato: the participant

    In contrast to the doer, the participant simply does what he is told. He lives more calmly as a result. He has no ambitions to get to the top, to determine, to get his way. Nevertheless, its importance for the functioning of social systems is in no way inferior to the other roles. It doesn't work without a participant. Without a participant, would Read more

  • The 4 Archetypes of Plato: The Maker

    The doer develops strategies and plans, motivates people to be actively involved, supports them in their work, in learning and promotes their further development. But is a doer also automatically a leader? Doer vs. Leader It is true that the doer controls, implements goals and asserts himself. He is the problem solver, the driver and the one who Read more

  • The 4 Archetypes Platons: The Leader

    Many want to lead, but the manager does not always have the right qualities. And the real leader is not always the boss of a company. What actually makes a good manager? When the boss is not the leader I remember the example of a company in the auto parts industry. I had quite a few Read more

  • The 4 Archetypes Platons: Human, Horse, Pig, Pancake?

    Plato once devised the system of archetypes. These are the ideal ideas of what we perceive in the real world. Human, horse, pig, pancake? The four archetypal roles are leader, doer, participant and opponent. What exactly does that mean in detail? According to Plato, these archetypes exist primarily, and everything in the world is only one specific Read more

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