Caspar Fröhlich advises senior management executives in complex professional situations and supports executives in the implementation of strategic initiatives.
He has a business management education with a focus on finance and over 15 years of professional experience in management consulting, especially in the area of strategic development and comprehensive revenue enhancement projects for international corporations. Caspar Fröhlich is in the coach pool of leading companies (e.g. Daimler AG). He works as a coach for ELN of the company, which specializes in the implementation of peer coachings for the upper management of medium-sized and large companies. These activities are supplemented by a focused seminar offer for experienced high-level personnel in the area of leadership. As editor of the leading german-language journal for change management and business development, the magazine Organisations-Entwicklung, Caspar Fröhlich deals with the aspects of change on a collective and organisational level.
Caspar Fröhlich is a member of the Association of Management Consultants Switzerland ASCO, the International Coach Federation ICF and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council EMCC. As a Research Associate, he participates in coaching research projects at various universities. He is currently expanding his skills in the context of a long-term psychological training in process work (Deep Democracy).
Deep Democracy – An approach for Change Management (Caspar Fröhlich)Caspar Fröhlich, Leadership, Performance, Power, Self-Improvement, Workshops
The aim of the workshop is to present the ‘Deep Democracy’ approach and to show how that this philosophy can be applied to change management projects. The workshop consists of a short input presentation and a group exercise in which one goes through the classic phases of a (process-oriented) group process. Finally, a joint debriefing takes place. Deep Democracy is an approach that explicitly focuses on making cooperation patterns in groups transparent. There are different application possibilities, among other things in the organizational context. One possible application is change management. It is aimed at people who deal with change on a collective and individual level. Deep Democracy is more than a tool or a method. It can be relevant for OE’ler, change managers, PE managers, organizational consultants and executives (who are entrusted with comprehensive change projects).