Ulrike Rheinberger, born in 1961, heads the consulting office peak8 Coaching in Berlin. She is a graduate engineer, work and organizational psychologist and member of the German Federal Coaching Association (DBVC). She started her career as the founder and managing director of the Italian branch of an American software company. After studying engineering, she worked as a scientist and consultant in applied environmental research. Since 2006, she has been advising founders, entrepreneurs and executives on questions of organizational and individual performance. She specializes in strategy, leadership and self-organization in growing companies. More information at www.peak8.de
For many people, anything that has to do with money and calculations is a thorn in the side. Both are important for their livelihood. Entrepreneurs are often unsuccessful. What can you do differently? I don't want to get rich at all ... We know that money doesn't stink, and yet the smell is somehow weaker in the pursuit of profit Read more
Regardless of whether they are self-employed individual founders or founding teams. Most start with the illusion that word of their great product or solid service will somehow get around. An illusion: What nobody knows doesn't make anyone hot. Marketing is way too expensive - isn't it? Most founders associate glossy brochures, elaborate websites and psychologically based seduction with marketing. All a lot Read more
The more complex the business, the bigger the team can be. It is not for nothing that the founding teams in Silicon or Berlin Valley often consist of three to five founders. But what role do the individual personalities play in this? Founding teams are more successful Founding teams are more successful in the long term than individual founders. This is proven by studies that look for the decisive factors for Read more
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