"Recognizing the right things

and doing nothing is

lack of courage."




How people can learn

from ants!

Model for professional management


Take the time to consider these six (6) ants
at work. Follow strictly the courageous
posture and the lineup of each ant.

Consider also especially the ratio between
the weight and the size of the piece of wood carried on one side and the weight and
the size of the ants on the other side.

In this project ants are carrying the piece
of wood in a brave and professional action
over the large and deep chasm.

It is a great goal and a challenge for these
tiny creatures.

I would win the bet if I would say that you
make yourself now think about how the
ants can accomplish this challenge
smoothly and in a well organized manner.

The urgent question here is, how can people learn form ants!



Surely you are drawing now comparisons between this tiny team of ants and your unwieldy organization.

But why is it so difficult for many people to
 aberrate from this procedure?
In most cases they do not collect their forces
together and they do not put their energy
meaningful and goal-oriented in their teams.

Some factors are listed in the right column.

In fact Management is a matter of course
(it is common sense).

This is my understanding of Management.

Management can be learned.

BUT you should learn it properly, alive and

If you want it, you find in me a professional
and a proven coaching partner for the
extraction of useful and practical
management skills.


These factors may play a role:

The egoism of the individuals to merely participate with little use.
The lack of willingness to identify with the team.


The unwillingness of taking over the leadership to allow the employee to qualify for management skills, to weld them together into a team and to motivate people to be a winning team. 
The normal education of the individuals that they will be rewarded immediately, or even they must be in the focus of the events. Worse, if the individual identifies himself very little with his responsibilities.
The lack of morality in the corporate culture regarding qualification, delegation of responsibility and systematic objective performance review.