Knowing your way gives you security.
Feeling secure enables you to make decisions.
Making decisions helps you to feel calm.
Feeling calm helps you to think clearly.
Those who think clearly will win.
(Very free according to Confucius...)
Listening is an art.
It requires interest and concentration.
We need to find and speak a common language.
Understand what the other person is trying to say.
Once listening turns into a dialogue, we have reached our goal.
There is one good thing about problems:
They have their own distinctive design,
And their solution already lies within.
However, a problem cannot be solved
In the same way it has been created.
Converting ideas into projects.
Realizing new organizational forms.
Initiating strategic developments.
Managing crises. Effecting change.
Experienced and reliable. Flexible.
Never giving up and acting with intuition.
This is original Homola. Period.
_Leadership concepts and structures
What am I thinking of? There is no either or in life.
There is always a third possibility which is often the best.
It is found with hard work – mental work.
_New project? > Start-up technology
_Scarce resources? > Project management
_Problems? > Risk management
_Crisis? > Crisis management
_Insecurity? > Controlling, revision
_Variation orders? > Anti-claim management
_Project completed? > Acceptance, audit
How is this done?
People can only manage what they can see.
This is why they need to be on site. Conduct joint analyses.
Find joint solutions and make decisions. Be responsible.
No beating around the bush, just giving a straight answer.
Quickly and exactly as needed. Just do it!
_Presentation techniques and dialectics
_Poise and winning
_The art of presentation
Why choose me?
Because I know all of these moments of insecurity from my own personal experiences.
I have been there and done that. I know how to handle it.
I also know that a person can learn almost anything.
All a person needs is a coach who will quickly detect weaknesses and will help to turn them into strengths.
Open, honest, and direct – but never unfair.