Training of Journey Capabilities

  • Volker Hische
Part of the Future of Business and Finance book series (FBF)


The purpose of this article is to better understand the psychological and sociological ingredients of feeling connected, and how to make connectivity happen in times of volatile businesses, moving targets, and transforming organizational shapes. It interlinks the three pillars with well-regarded concepts such as self-efficacy-expectation and Flow experience, a milieu approach, and the resonance concept. Finally, it offers an agile leadership check and gives hints for effective management techniques.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Volker Hische
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  1. 1.Volker Hische Business CoachingBinningenSwitzerland

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