Less is more …

… instead of “the more the better”: If it is to succeed, we like to draw on the full potential and overload our activities with all possibilities in expectation of an outstanding result. Good success, however, is based on the limitation to the essential – to the few encores that ultimately make the difference. Sovereign…

Learning from mistakes!

Brave makers and creative designers try out a lot. And that means: They make mistakes! Often, publicly, without a double bottom and painfully. The advantage: they progress, learn and develop better than those who play it safe and try to avoid mistakes. In Power Facilitation guided projects, participants are motivated to try themselves out, experiment,…

Recognition Feeds Ambition

This insight expressed by Roman historian Sallust (86-35 B.C.) is still vaild today. Current studies on job satisfaction identify the recognition of performance as one of the most important motivational factors in business. The identification and promotion of potentials as well as the recognition of performance and success are prerequisites to inspire teams and individuals…

Thanks for disturbing

Retreating from disturbances will help focus attention and concentration. But will it also help trigger imagination, creativity, disruptive thinking and innovation? Power-Facilitation knows about the positive potential of disruption, and steps into thoughts and procedures, well-considered and thoroughly timed. However, we don’t call it disturbance, we call it change of perspective. Power-Facilitation does not disturb…