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Projects

Projects in the field People

In order to optimize the focus of a multi-level leadership program at a large industrial company, it was our role to evaluate individual employees at the company.

The Task

  • Leaders selected employees for the leadership program. At the start of the program, all participants were scheduled to receive feedback about individual strengths and fields of learning, in order to increase personal focus for the following elements in the program.
  • The evaluation should also serve to give employees suggestions about how they could actively increase their own learning individually, independently and “on the job“ parallel to the leadership program. Here the focus was on building on strengths and learning new behaviors.  
  • There were groups for two different categories of employees: managers and experts.

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In the context of succession planning and selection for a specific area-leader function, MES°°° was asked to develop, in close cooperation with the company leadership, an individual management audit lasting no more than six hours to initially screen two internal candidates.

The Task

  • One part was the development of a requirement profile and the design of a lean and focused audit, which would be able to evaluate competencies beyond technical expertise and would include both motivational criteria as well as language skills.
  • The center was carried out by one MES°°° moderator, accompanied by two top leaders from the company.

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Projects in the field Development

In the Management-Development Program 1 at a large international automobile-parts supplier, people are being developed as they make the transition from group leader to department leader.
The same program is being offered internationally with the same standards worldwide and thus serves as a meaningful qualifying tool for international leaders.  MES°°° took on an existing concept and has supported the current updating. In addition, MES°°° trainers offer the modules in English or German and have done the rollout of the program in China, Japan, India, USA, and Brazil.

The Task

  • Adjustment of the content in the existing modules. 
  • Use of the MBTI as a central instrument for reflecting on oneself.
  • Rollout of the modules in all regions and design of a train-the-trainer workshop to develop regional trainers to deliver the program as needed.

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