Power has a bad reputation and people prefer not to talk about it in public.

At the same time it is a central aspect of people's communication and actions within organisations.


It is often misunderstood as "reigning and being reigned" and is rather projected onto others, not oneself. Who likes to refer to himself as being powerful?


As humans, we are constantly under the influence of power, both constructive and destructive and we use it consciously or unconsciously and often in peculiar patterns as a central life process.

Dealing with preservation and change within organisations therefore also becomes direct work on power dynamics and power relationships with the aim of a greater liveliness and more effective interaction.