A navigator must master the art of being able to steer and handle his boat in any situation. He must know his position and have a thorough knowledge of his surroundings.
In order to successfully achieve his goal, he must also consider possible changes and understand how to motivate and lead his team. Misjudgment can lead to decisions with devastating consequences. The abilities of a navigator are therefore not least measured by his leadership qualities and his experience.
Corporate Management Is Like Nautical Science.
Managers, like skipper, move in surroundings that work by known factors but can change unexpectedly. Knowledge of these factors is an important basis for navigating in an economic environment. Experiences and the ability to breathe real team spirit into the crew make a manager a good leader who knows how to assess and overcome difficult situations.
Strategy & Business Planning
With the right strategy, success becomes plannable
Restructuring & Crisis Counseling
“Crisis is a productive state of being – you only need to eliminate its overtones of disaster”
Set, plan, implement and monitor goals
Sales strategies for products requiring explanation
The right balance between technical expertise and benefit arguments