The economic and societal environment is in the midst of a paradigm shift from an analogue to a digital world. Companies, their managers and their employees, are constantly facing new complex challenges. In presentations, workshops or individual consultations, I give you innovative ideas, convey complicated issues in an understandable manner, and, together with you, develop solutions you can implement.
You topic was an innovative revelation/eye opener for our business. Your presentation was convincing, lively and effective.
In her speech, Prof Böhlich introduced generations Y & Z in a very vivid and entertaining way and sharpened our company’s understanding of the demands of these different generations. We received very positive feedback from the participants, our managers. Thank you for the great talk! You are welcome to come back anytime.
In her excellent presentation “On the way to the net economy” at this year’s congress for personnel management and development in the energy industry, Prof Böhlich once again showed what the future world of work and culture of leadership will look like. She gave guidelines about changes in HR management that need and must be made for municipal utilities and energy suppliers. An exciting topic for the future was brought to life vividly and pointedly. This was reflected in the delighted faces of the participants at the congress. Many thanks!
Very good speaker with a visual and clear language. Current examples from business examples portray a striking picture of today and tomorrow’s world.
Dear Prof Böhlich
Many thanks for your great presentation at the Ludgerus-Werk in Lohne. I enjoyed the variety of practical examples, the refreshing style of your lecture and your professional moderation of the event. You have not only inspired us, but also our entrepreneurs. This is confirmed by the participants’ positive reviews.
Best regards, Anne Nußwaldt
At our IT Strategy Congress North Westphalia, Prof Böhlich focused on new work environments and enthralled the more than 100 participants with her rousing and well-founded presentation. As the organizer of this congress, it was not only important for me to have technical issues on the agenda, but also to make IT decision makers aware of the need to take a new approach in managing their employees. Prof. Böhlich’s presentation was ideally suited for this. I am sure that many of the participants will remember her speech for a long time and hopefully, have even implemented some of her suggestions.
For the second time I had the pleasure of enjoying one of your presentations – and again I learned something new. Dear Mrs Böhlich, thank you for your comprehensive and entertaining lectures!
Prof Böhlich spoke at our annual congress about “Generation Y – what you can expect as an employer.” Using very vivid pictures from the middle of the daily life of the Y-er generation -whom she teaches every day at her university – Prof Böhlich explained, often to the disbelief of the entrepreneurs, who and what companies can expect. It was a pleasure to listen to Prof Böhlich. She presented her findings in a very pleasant way and involved the audience. It was also important for our entrepreneurs that she gave concrete practical advice for solving problems. A highly recommended speaker.
Thank you for the interesting and entertaining presentation about digitalization that you gave at our management conference. Your thought-provoking impulses were well received by our management. The practical connections you made to the insurance industry were also very important to us.
Thank you very much for your great keynote speech at our strategy conference. You were able to convey valuable aspects and approaches to Generations Y and Z to our managers in a very vivid and committed way, so that we were able to take along a lot of input for the implementation in our everyday work.
Why did Prof. Böhlich inspire me with her contribution to Generation Y?
She sums up the desires and demands young people have for their lives. She succeeds in bringing me closer to the thinking of “Gen Y” – even though I’m the mother of a great daughter of this generation. And especially the exact (back) look at us, who have accompanied this generation of children into life, is exciting!
Thank you very much for your thoughts and valuable impulses, dear Ms. Böhlich.
This is what I can offer you.
Laura is 30 minutes late from getting back from her lunch break. She can’t believe it, life makes no sense to her anymore: instead of the anticipated praise for getting extra pastries for the delegation this afternoon, she gets a rebuke from her boss that she’s too late. Her boss also can’t make sense of the life anymore: couldn’t she just buy the pastries on her lunch break when she was getting something to eat anyway? For Laura a “no go”…
For more than a decade, we have focused our attention on Generation Y. Now the next generation, the so-called Generation Z, is entering the job market. Both generations, Y and Z, grew up under similar circumstances, but more divides them than just their approximately 10-year age difference.
In this presentation you will learn
• what characterizes the different generations,
• how generation Y and Z differ from each other,
• how companies and executives can adapt to the challenging demands of generations of Y and Z.
Everything was easier in the past. Hinnerk’s company has committed itself to “agility” and “digitization”. He only meets colleagues on “virtual” calls and videoconferences. At any time of the day or night. How is Hinnerk supposed to manage his employees who are scattered around the globe? On top of that, his local teams are becoming more and more demanding.
Today’s leaders often face conflicting challenges: more complexity but fewer structures, quicker response times but less predictability. What challenges will leaders face in the future – and how can they be solved?
In this presentation you will learn
• the impact of a company’s increased agility on the skills its employees need to have,
• how executives can lead heterogeneous teams who want and need to be participants in the decision making process,
• why communication skills will be key for future leaders.
As Anastassia enters the shop in San Francisco, a robot rolls toward her. On the screen, a human head cheerfully greets her, asks her what she wants and recommends a product that Anastassia ends up taking. Only at the checkout, as she scans the barcode and pays with her smartphone, does she realizes that she has not interacted with a “real” salesperson. Will her colleagues also only be robots soon?
Digitization is changing work in a dramatic way. Customers cooperate with computers. Companies cease to exist. Employees do not need hierarchies. Machines replace employees. Companies have to adapt to current developments faster and faster. The corporate culture has to adapt to these changes.
In this presentation you will learn
• why digitization is important for your business,
• what companies need to change to stay competitive,
• what digitization means for your employees.
Individually tailored to your needs and your event.