Successful teamwork at our company is based on shared values. Collegial support is emphasized and both knowledge and responsibility are shared. Our goals and methods by which we work are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attractive, Realistic, Timed). It is important to us not only to work towards a goal, but also to celebrate success when goals are achieved. This strengthens motivation and the team spirit. We work in an error-friendly manner - if failures are allowed, even daring decisions are made and the willingness to take responsibility grows.
Respect - Appreciation - Honesty - Helpfulness - Acceptance - Diversity - Sustainability - Equality - Transparency
Being allowed to make your own decisions and take responsibility. Enabling your own room for maneuver. Those who can work independently, plan and coordinate, and largely determine their own working hours and tasks are happier and more efficient in their jobs.
We have taken it upon ourselves not to rest on existing structures, but to constantly check things for topicality and plausibility. That's why, we regularly ask ourselves questions such as "Where did errors occur and what can we learn from them?", "How can processes be optimized?", "Are hardware and software up to date?", "What further training opportunities will help the team move forward?". We strive as a team to develop new ideas and optimize the tried and tested.
Our thought patterns, so-called "Beliefs", can support or block us. They are invisible forces that control us like an operating system controls a computer. If our beliefs are supportive ("You can do it!"), we are successful. Taking responsibility, overcoming new challenges, and collegial support from the team foster a positive mindset.
Develop common goals and visions. Be able to identify problems and look for possible solutions. In our day-to-day work, this means identifying foreseeable difficulties and developing alternatives. In doing so, always break new ground, test different methods, and look for ideas everywhere.
"You cannot not communicate." (P. Watzlawik). In a team, an imbalance can quickly arise in conversations so that individual participants feel unseen or ignored. Simple rules for fair communication help to counteract this.
Positive and negative everyday experiences (professional as well as private) influence our energy level. In everyday working life, situations with a high stress level will occur again and again on a temporary basis. In the medium to long term, however, there should be more sources of strength than energy thieves.