think
beyond

„Why turn the other way when you can take a closer look?“

Reflection Guide & Coach for top-level executives
Global. Active. Focused.

  • Who are you?
  • What’s holding you back?
  • Where do you want to be?

At top management level, nothing is quite as it seems. Honest feedback is rare and expectations astoundingly high. Taking a closer look at WHO you are, WHAT’s holding you back, and above all, WHERE you want to be, produces vital clarity. Reflecting on what has happened creates new space for truly important matters and enables a fresh view of the road ahead.

When reflection succeeds, it can guide like oxygen, keeping that radiant flame of yours brightly lit. And you will be able to achieve the impossible: Think beyond seemingly insurmountable obstacles – and glide over them with ease. Think beyond.

Successful leadership requires deep reflection.
So let’s talk.


On tour

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Kirkpatrick Bronze Certification

Kirkpatrick Four Levels® Evaluation Certification Program at MDI, Vienna 
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MDI Open Doors, Customer Event, Vienna

Inspiration, workshops and networking with international colleagues and top guest speaker and expert Masha Ibeschitz – MDI invites to their exclusive customer event MDI Open Doors 2018. opendoors.mdi-training.com

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Transformational Coaching, Bath, UK

Whataventure, Innovation Day, Vienna

MDI Open Doors, Customer Event, Vienna

Inspiration, workshops and networking with international colleagues and top guest speaker and expert Masha Ibeschitz – MDI invites to their exclusive customer event MDI Open Doors 2017 in their headquarters in Vienna. www.mdi-training.com

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Oshry Organization Workshop, Bristol

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Process Communication Model® European Conference for Trainers & Coaches – «Together We Go Further», Rome

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Promote Summit, Stockholm


Blog

When day-to-day business eats up strategy

When day-to-day business eats up strategy

“With top managers and strategy, it’s often like with young teenagers and sex," a senior manager once told me, "they talk about it all the time but rarely ever get down to business." Well, while this may be painful for the teenagers at worst (*if* the observation holds true), for the managers it can have dramatic consequences. Swamped in operational details, they don't have enough time left to work on a master plan. The problem isn't new, but lately it's become even more serious.

All of a sudden, everything's different from before

When asked what their most important job is, managers will usually tell you: keeping track of goals and developing a strategy to achieve them. And yet this is precisely what managers tend to neglect the most on an average workday. Why? Because day-to-day business keeps pounding at their doors, leaving no room for the greater picture. It's what I call a...

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