As a leading medical centre for holistic health and well-being, we will enhance the performance of your employees by offering a customised programme for companies of any size and staff of any level of seniority. Led by specialists, you will have time to reflect and train in a pleasant setting and modern seminar rooms.
Self-management and social skills, as the foundation for managerial resilience, are the core topics of our company seminars (duration: half day or full day). The focus is on face-to-face, interactive sessions, work in small groups, self-reflection and physical exercises.
In an in-depth collaborative session, we offer individual coaching to sustainably improve your self-care skills and the efficiency of your leadership. This coaching session can be self-financed or financed by a company – upon agreement, the financing can also be done anonymously via company vouchers.
In a first, personalised consultation, we assess your personal resilience, stressors and burnout risk factors. In consultation with you, we analyse success strategies and harmful coping mechanisms for dealing with stress. On this basis, initial approaches for optimising your self-management are developed.
Especially in the case of executives, we provide training in aspects of social perception in teamwork. For this purpose, we use the special supporting and relieving technique developed by the Balint groups. This approach arrives at proposals for solutions by analysing the problem, e.g. a difficult team situation.
Our engagement with scientific issues and our experience of many years have led us to develop a new, specialised form of coaching and seminar for managers and executives. For us, individual orientation, coping with stress and efficient self-management are the pillars of a healthy company management. In addition, training in social skills is the most important tool for the implementation of leadership strategies and a prerequisite for their effectiveness.
We run a successful collaborative programme with the University of St. Gallen, and in particular with Prof. Heike Bruch, head of the Institute for Leadership and Human Resource Management, in the area of healthy leadership and future forms of work. The Oberwaid is participating in the long-term project "Pioneering Leadership".