“Your analyses and interventions helped steer us to a much improved and appropriate management paradigm. Your ability to listen to a variety of perspectives and interpret the salient factors into useful action items helped us so much. You shared excellent understanding of the obstacles that were tough for us to identify. It set us on a new course that will benefit the entire organization infrastructure. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, experience and enthusiasm with us. Your involvement exceeded our expectations. ” Kelley Casey, ExecutiveDirector
As a global change and transition management practitioner, Dieter uses a structured approach, transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations towards clearly defined goals and sustainable growth. Methodologies as found in the works of Neuro Linguistic Programming, change managements’ ADKAR model and the William Bridges’ three phases of transition are some of the core foundations he applies to ensure employees advance through the transition and change process in a seamless and engaged manner. Dieter also applies his knowledge of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator Tool towards individuals and teams to discover their personal identity as part of change and transition management.
Dieter holds a MA degree in Organizational Development, was certified as an MBTI® practitioner in August 2009 and became a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) in 2004.