Frank Breckwoldt: High Performance and the Human Touch
The pragmatic Concept of Leadership for healthy Top Performance
There are still companies that believe that they can achieve the best results through high performance in business alone, instead of applying the human factor. These companies operate under stress and anxiety. In the end, the best employees leave the company first. But the human factor without high performance does not work either. Despite the importance of a good atmosphere in a company, it is not a sufficient guarantee for lasting quality performances. In the long run, a company at the highest performance level will only work when high performance AND the human factor characterize the leadership in equal shares. In the end, companies never profit at the expense of their employees, nor
do the employees profit at the expense of the company.