There is no empirical evidence that certain personality traits are associated with leadership success. Harvard University studies suggest that personal traits such as "risk-averse," "empathetic," "self-confident," etc. have little impact on leadership success. Relevant, however, is the concrete, observable behavior of the executive.
At the client's request, such behaviour will be examined in the course of the presentation. In consultation with the client, the task will be selected in such a way that essential competencies can be identified for the company. The candidate receives a topic, time for preparation and gives a presentation, which is evaluated and discussed immediately afterwards.
The explanation is evaluated on the basis of criteria relevant to the client. As a rule, the presentation provides clear information about personal values, the ability to reflect and the ability to communicate.