Here writes: Barbara Haag

Fixed aspect ratioBarbara Haag is a management trainer and business coach. She heads the consulting institute she founded and, together with a network of 30 trainers, looks after specialists and executives across Germany For many years she has been a trainer, consultant and coach and has lectured at vocational academies and the Baden-Württemberg management academy. Barbara Haag is the author of scientifically based PE programs that have been implemented in numerous companies. In addition to the online-based potential tool aHead she developed, her work on motivational theory was also incorporated into the “Authentic career planning” guide. More information at www.kopfarbeit.org






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    For many managers, it is always important to readjust their role and behavioral patterns. To put it bluntly, it's about the contradiction between darling and idiot. What to do about it Everybody's darling or dork on duty? In practice, this dilemma is as follows: If you are too nice, you will be liked, but perhaps not respected. Is one Read more


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    In the midst of digital change, the subject of attention is more topical than ever: We have access to a seemingly endless amount of information at all times - but that is precisely what leads to ever greater problems. How multitasking makes us sick Thanks to the Internet, smartphones, netbooks and iPad, we can do an almost unlimited amount of things at any time and with just a few clicks Read more


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  • DISEASE Divided Attention Disorder: 6 Tips against DAD!

    Modern technologies have become indispensable for many and have brought about a new clinical picture: Divided Attention Disorder (DAD). But what do we do about it? Just take a break New media have revolutionized the way we work and offer unprecedented possibilities and opportunities. So simply switching off is not possible. Sometimes we just want the head Read more


  • Motivation in the team: employee roles and types

    Managers have to understand that there is no pre-defined distribution of roles in a newly assembled team. The comparison of roles and motives results in a valuable model for permanently motivated teams. Doer, pioneer or specialist ...? In the case of new teams that are to be set up, each member initially approaches their role with their own self-image. Various measures, such as an introductory one Read more


  • Motivation and personal drivers: why do employees behave like that?

    The subject theory offers a practical decision-making aid in everyday life. Companies or HR managers use the internal drivers and their modes of action as the basis for personal decisions and motivated employees. Motive profile as the key to motivation In many cases, states of exhaustion such as burnout or depression do not arise due to excessive workload. They mostly result from the feeling of denying yourself Read more


  • Motivation and Teamwork: The 3 Driver of Personality

    What really motivates employees? Anyone who is now waiting for a 100% valid all-inclusive solution will be bitterly disappointed. Because as different people are, just as different are the ways in which they can be motivated. Motivation is a matter for the boss When it comes to motivating their own employees, there is often great uncertainty among managers. Regardless of theirs Read more


  • Impulse control and instant gratification: the hyperbolic tee

    Everyone knows the problem: In January we register enthusiastically and with good intentions in the fitness studio, in the middle of the year it looks different again. Why don't we achieve our goals? Laziness or hyperbolic discount? The online edition of the American magazine The Atlantic reported earlier this year on the phenomenon of the seasonal rise and fall Read more


  • Impulse Control and Marshmallow Test: Instant Satisfaction with Guiness?

    What does a marshmallow have to do with a Guinness beer? At first glance, nothing, but both symbolically stand for two opposite poles of a phenomenon: That we can't wait, want instant satisfaction right away and thus deprive ourselves of the anticipation of beautiful things. As in this study, known as the marshmallow test. Of the Read more


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