Whether home office or office presence: one of the most essential elements of effective crisis management is regular contact between managers and their employees. An I/O psychologist can advise companies on how best to conduct such discussions and which aspects need to be considered depending on the communication channel.
The potential for future collaboration between humans and artificial intelligence (AI), robots, mobile end devices for augmented reality, and blockchain can already be seen in the existing basic technologies. This leads to an increase in work productivity, a better working environment, and more intensive employee retention.
The international recruitment of specialists, developed by TÜV Rheinland Academy at the end of 2019, is flourishing magnificently. Alongside Hyundai, Viasona, a 100 percent Mercedes subsidiary, has now joined the project. The first automotive mechatronics technicians were placed at Mercedes. Talks are underway with the first BMW pilot dealers about strategic cooperation in Germany and Great Britain.
People make mistakes. But: mistakes are valuable when causers and their organizations learn from them. However, this requires a culture of failure and learning. This is the only way to prevent repetitions and minimize financial and reputational damage. A culture of error and learning becomes a critical success factor for the introduction of agile corporate structures.
There are people who flourish under great stress: The report was actually due yesterday? No problem. The customer visit was brought forward at short notice? Then the other dates have to be moved as well. Anyone who really gets going under high pressure has a high level of resilience - and is therefore well-prepared for the digital age.
A DigiCamp of TÜV Rheinland Academy lasts three days and has a modular structure. It is aimed at students, mainly middle school students, teachers, and parents. In interactive workshops, they learn the safe and above all good use of digital media. The trainer teams consist of media educators, psychologists, nutrition and fitness experts and, above all, well-known social media influencers.
TÜV Rheinland Academy has now developed a model with which companies can meet their demand for skilled workers in a targeted and timely manner - without having to worry about the associated formalities and the sophisticated recruitment and qualification process - to overcome precisely these hurdles. Above all, they can be sure that the new employees actually meet the desired requirement profile.