Leadership always succeeds only in the interaction between the person being led and the person leading. This depends on the competences of both sides, those of the leading person and those of the person being led. Thus, there are no general instructions for successful leadership, but each leader must define them for him- or herself and his or her context.
You will find inspiration and offers on how modern leadership can succeed in my leadership trainings or in the individual coaching sessions I conduct. Possible topics could be: How can good responsibility dialogues be conducted? How can I initiate team development processes and accompany them well? What do my employees need from me so that they can draw on their full wealth of experience?