Time for New Ideas!
Nanna Rüster supports companies as they position themselves as leaders and innovators.
A key focus is on assisting upper management to meet growing market demands, handle internal restructuring and motivate challenging work teams. Strong support is a must when implementing innovative business ideas and strategies.
In today's world, managing demands like digitalisation or communicating about sustainability requires anchoring a communication culture within the company, while staying responsive to shifts in the broader context.
No matter the size of the company or the level of management, Executive Coaching focuses on:
- Clear identification of the option matrix
- Decisiveness and targeted action
- Leveraging of management methodologies and effective communication styles
- Reflection on work processes, expectation management, staff leadership
- Interaction between thinking, action, presentation and perception
The duration and intensity of coaching is flexible, and can be tailored to meet any time and content demands.
Stop Think Move
This coaching approach is typified by a structured interplay between strategy and communication.
In both realms, the Nanna Rüster model employs targeted enquiry and specific tasks designed to analyse complex situations layer-for-layer. As realistic and relevant options are uncovered, the context of behavioural change becomes understandable and manageable.
This expands the option matrix so that problems can be constructively and sustainably resolved at critical points in the process.
The Navigation Model
The focus of this model is on charting one's individual position in the overall process – providing a 'reality check'.
This is the basis for formulation of strategies and subsequent steps. Navigation is oriented on the classical phases of the decision making process: stop = pinpoint your position, think = consider the options and decide on a direction, move = implement your plan.
Only when all parameters of a situation have been identified and analysed can direction and specific targets be defined – and the plan successfully implemented ... Only then can the journey begin!