Not really an easy job for Rolf Hartung, founder and owner of Talent Management Academy at the end of the first day of Word Class Work 2019, September 10 and 11 in Leipzig, Germany – filled with informative presentations and lively debates of the experts and executive managers – to cope with the startup pitch. In such a way that energy and attention follow where the attraction goes to – the one and only mission the Talent Management Academy has been devoted to. Emotional connectivity as foundation for a worth living (working) world in times of change.
In a passionate speech with expressive pictures Rolf Hartung outlines the world of tomorrow where human beings and corporate organizations are emotionally connected. He clearly points out that WE as people concerned and involved in the era of transformation stand at the crossroads. Corporate organizations as well as individuals, here in particular the executive management, have to decide between an attitude characterized by fearful expectations in terms of digital transformation impacts or the powerful, emotionally connected perspective focusing on the change that together we can make it and shape a worth living future. The experts of Talent Management Academy as sparring partners can provide for support in this situation, with sense and sensibility, know-how and tools.
Alluding to the Santa Claus effect gives reason to the assumption that sustainable change has something to do with the individual belief system. Since once upon a time we all believed in Santa Claus up to that moment in life where we doubted whether that man dressed with a red coat would not have actually been grandpa. To trigger off this doubt is the first step towards behavioral change.
After 5 minutes it is totally clear to the plenum: This effect combined with the option of measuring emotional connectivity in corporate organizations as a kind of KPI for use in the managerial balance is a clear positioning feature of Talent Management Academy.
Last but not least it is time to express emotionally connected gratitude to the very committed Manetech colleagues professionally leading through the agenda and accompanying the daily organization in a very personal way with smile.
Talent Management Academy will be pleased to attend in 2020 – see you next time!
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