Vision

Companies that consider their employees as being trustworthy, independent and having equal rights. Their transparency and open heart encourage dialogue, social inclusion, and constructive behavior to create a better world where everyone’s potential is recognized and developed.

Mission

Support organizations & individuals by sharing knowledge via this blog & offer consulting via new&able in order to support a humanisitc approach to business.

Anne-Cécile's blog

Welcome!

Enjoy the advice, tips, and reflections on creating humanistic organizations with a focus on organization development, self-management, leadership, communication, cooperation and change.

This is the place to refresh your outlook on business management.

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About Anne-Cécile Graber

Having people within the organization is bound to bring conflicts because everyone sees one piece of the puzzle. Anne-Cecile’s passion is to elaborate solutions focused on each individuals and group behavior with both leaders and employees. Understanding how people make decisions and relate to each other is key to achieving common goals. There is not one solution fits all because each situation is unique and complex.

This is the reason why Anne-Cécile has immersed herself in different cultures and companies that honed her open mindset. She is a French organizational development consultant who speaks fluent German, Spanish, and English. Her approach is to carefully listen and scrutinize problems before developing fitting solutions with you and the company.

For her, success is improving an organization’s life with an in-depth focus on individuals emotions and spirituality in their work environment. It is implemented in companies through their vision, values, and commitment to respect their employees and clients through set of rules, roles and well defined expectations.

She works at new&able in Germany. In her free time, Anne-Cécile can be seen enjoying food & activities with friends, publishing works on her blog, and sewing.

7years of experience
5countries lived in
4languages
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