Annette B. Czernik
Leading today: How to tackle derailment
Annette B. Czernik, PCC, is a senior consultant and executive coach at RELEVANT management
consulting. She encourages leaders in organizations to be the best version of themselves using the
power of analysis, and an enthusiastic practitioner of the Hogan Assessment Suite.
Her previous corporate career includes several team leader roles in leadership development, talent management,
and change management, both nationally and internationally.
RELEVANT (relevant-mb.de) is German distributor and certification entity for HOGAN Assessments, and the 360 Leadership Versatility Index (LVI, by Kaiser Leadership Solutions).
RELEVANT is the sponsor of the German ICF PRISM award.
Managers still derail.
Managers still derail. They fight, flight and sometimes freeze. This is especially critical in times in which the pressure is high. Managers and companies are interested to identify potential derailment and do something about it before it has significant consequences.
Derailing behavior often is very situation specific. Therefore, it can be tricky to identify underlying risk factors in a coaching process or leadership development program. As a result, managers sometimes have difficulties implementing insights into their daily routines in a way that really makes a difference.
In the webinar, we will present and discuss three elements of making derailment for managers less likely: How to
a) assess personality-based derailment tendencies
b) debrief tendencies as situation-specific as possible
c) address underlying dogmas, in a way, that makes development less resource-intensive.
As an example, we will use HOGAN, the global premium personality assessments, and provide
numerous examples from our work with executives and their teams.