How do managers deal with today's challenges? Which values form the foundation of their true leadership skills? And how do they manage to give their subordinated space for personal growth, which ultimately leads to success and fulfils the corporate vision to be healthy and powerful and contribute to the lasting success of the company?

NatureNotes = Nature is a chief's manual. He turns to nature for wisdom and experience.

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01. Slowing down for happiness

What would a chief do in everyday life?

Unemployment rates are down. That is certainly a good thing, but there is a downside. If you read current studies of employee satisfaction, you stop smiling.

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02. Professional nomads

A chief's wisdom and experience

In times of separation, a scarf or shawl can be a symbol of a fond embrace and a sign of a lasting connection. It is our decision whether or not to enter such deeply connected relationships.

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03. Everyday rituals

People need rituals.

Rituals are footholds in our day. Dinner as a family, brushing your teeth in the morning and evening, going to church on Sunday...

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04. A natural rhythm

A tree needs time to grow and bear fruit.

People need time to grow, too. And with them, companies need time to grow! In today's perpetual hype, we forget that everything in life has its season.

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05. Knowledge transfer

...with stories.

Native Americans communicated legends, cultural assets, traditional knowledge and current events through a storyteller.

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06. Walk your talk

Leave it better than you found it.

Let the year end better than it started. Finish every workday feeling better than when it began.

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