Leadership 2.0


Seminar Profile

What are the new challenges that you as a manager are likely to face and the current trends and topics that you should know about? What has to change in your thinking and your skills toolbox? How do you proceed when your employees come from as many as four different generations, each with their own values and expectations? What motivates the employees of Generation Y?

In today’s world, change is the only thing that stays the same. Yet people react to it differently. The topics covered here include the emotions you need to manage, the typical reactions you can expect, and the best strategies for successfully navigating change.

What does management look like under the influence of smartphones and the constant availability they entail? How should you manage staff who work from home? Where and how do stress and conflict arise in teams today? And how can you ensure that your employees remain motivated and capable in the long term?

Managers of today increasingly have to answer these questions. This seminar starts at this point and moves on to provide ideas and new tools for your management toolbox in a format that is compact and practice-oriented to give space for matters that affect you.

Target Group

Managers who are familiar with the basics of staff management (motivation theories, management styles,…) and who want to build on that knowledge to bring themselves up to date with the latest in leadership in a digital era

Topic Selection

  • The working world of tomorrow – Flash Points and Alternatives
  • Challenges for the world of the smartphone – what are the effects of digitalisation on our daily activities as managers and what strategies can you use to manage them?
  • Generation Y – what expectations and values do they hold and how do you manage a range of generations in one team?
  • Constant change – what are the current insights for change management and motivating people going through changing situations?
  • Staff members in life crises – how to deal with the fact that key employees are working to or beyond their limits, and how to implement “corporate health management”?
  • My own life/work balance – how do you manage yourself to enable you to grow to manage the high expectations that you will face over the long term?


Born in Hamburg, Maren Lehky has a long successful career in management in well-known companies behind her, ending as a member of the Executive Board of an international company with more than 4000 employees. She has since owned and operated her own corporate consultancy in Hamburg (www.lehky-consulting.com) since 2002, specialising in management, communication and change. She is also the author of eleven books dealing with the subject of HR management, as well as being a columnist, coach, university lecturer and keynote speaker. This expert in leadership is a woman with practical experience who focuses on practical implementation, and participants are always impressed with her good humoured, practical and implementation oriented delivery.

Facts on the Seminar

Contact hours 9
Language German
Head Maren Lehky
Costs 790 Euro
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