Organizational development is a learning process in the context of personal and social systems. Organizational development projects deal with complexity and decisions, communication and reflection, longterm efforts, and problem solving and renewal processes in organizations. It involves learning and developing together. It encompasses team development, reactions to change, communicative leadership, reflection and feedback processes.
At Kalusche Consulting, we advise companies at the structural and personal level, using versatile tools and in-depth expertise to leverage internal resources and generate solutions that are effective and sustainable for all individuals involved.
Consulting in the spirit of entreneurship Sonja Kalusche, managing director of Kalusche Consulting, has been advising people and organizations in personnel and management issues since 2003. We offer consultancy, training and coaching to respond to the challenges faced by business leaders today. We work with well known scientifically based top of the line management models from economics, sociology, psychology and education.
We see ourselves as experts in consulting processes. Our approach integrates strategic, structural and cultural elements. Our attitude is a systemic understanding of organizations and the cooperation of people in social systems. Our systemic approach is reflected in the way we ask questions about and understand the overall context, the way we view relationships and communication patterns , and in the way we integrate culture issues and their effect on the system as a whole.
We work closely with our clients, starting with setting the client´s goals and ending with our final report. We see organizations as complex, individual constructions whose know-how is mirrored in the processes and structures supported by the people who work in them. We have no „one size fits all“ products. We design precisely fitting solutions and services for our clients, together with our clients.
We encourage cultural and strategic developments that should take hold in the organization and that are shaped by the participants. These changes and developments should be felt, be it at the product, service or process level. The same applies, above all, to the management structure itself. We work on the topics using well-known and mature management models from various sectors