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MDI goes agile

MDI goes agile

OKR as the starting signal for MDI - What we’ve learned from 1,5 years agile leadership!   Dear reader,   2017 was an exceptional and memorable year for MDI. It was the most successful year in the company’s history. At the same time, it was the year in...

Online leadership conference

Online leadership conference

Free online leadership conference. International leadership, eLearning & more. Dear reader,   E-Learning and online solutions are becoming more and more popular amongst businesses all over the world. Therefore we decided to host the first MDI online...

Purpose & Engagement in digital times

Purpose & Engagement in digital times

It's all about purpose - Finding the answer to the question of meaning! Dear reader, Which contribution do I make? What’s the point behind the things I do? And why am I doing this at all? Nowadays, more and more leaders are asking themselves these...

Training on an international level

Training on an international level

Leadership development in the Middle East - Insights from a long-term Trainer and Coach Dear readers, Today we want to talk about international leadership development and would like to focus on a highlight on our blog: Executive Trainer and Coach Laurie...

What would you do?  Exposure therapy in people development

What would you do? Exposure therapy in people development

Unconventional exercises and possible development processes. Dear reader,   If we tell you now: put on your jacket, go out to the next pedestrian zone and lie down in the middle of the street. What would you do? Would you accept the challenge immediately...

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