Articles by Susanne Kirchner-Adelhardt

Susanne Kirchner-Adelhardt

Susanne Kirchner-Adelhardt worked as a Corporate Blogger in the content marketing team of Experteer. Susanne has a strong research background. She holds a bachelor’s as well as a master’s degree in psychology from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and her research experience includes positions in the research departments of the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry as well as the Klinikum rechts der Isar, both located in Munich. Susanne lived in Canada, Australia and Germany.


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8 Key Characteristics for Good Leadership

What are the most important characteristics of a good leader? Not such an easy question to answer, is it? Of course, a strong leader or manager has the talent to persuade people to willingly follow him or her, but what else is there to it? Every business needs a strong personality at each level of management who has the characteristics of a good leader, but how do you recognize, as a director, the perfect senior manager for your newly opened enterprise?

5 Traits Successful Leaders Won't Accept
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5 Traits Successful Leaders Won’t Accept

There are some skills that successful leaders radiate. So it stands to reason that these same skills are a priority when it comes to creating their own teams. In order to attain the sought-after position of Senior Manager, or to find the right mentor for you, we recommend that you consider your own skills and talents. What are character strengths that you see as a prerequisite for senior managers?

main components of a winning team
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The Main Components of a Winning Team [INFOGRAPHIC]

As a senior manager, you should be well versed in creating – and sustaining – a positive team culture, so that misunderstandings and hindered productivity won’t even come into question. We’ve found the perfect formula for the main components of a winning team, and we’d like to share a few of these tips with you on how to eliminate negative energy among your team members, and return to a course of success.