The Art of Management
the human factor
We help you solve the challenges you have from those colleagues who are too valuable to be replaced.
Change can be challenging;
I'm Márta Farkas, the founder and senior consultant of Cornelis Consulting, and I’m here to make your life easier in this transitioning world.
You can create a stable, motivated, and loyal team even if you are not working in the same office.
Focusing on culturally diverse companies, we help create the right processes to achieve next-level productivity and efficiency.
There is only one reason for any success or failure — people.
"My best controller left, I couldn't even make a counteroffer..."
Co-CEO / Architect office
"My partner and I went to university together, we were best friends. There was no question that we would create the company we dreamed of together. Now there are hardly any issues on which we agree."
CEO / IT sector
"I don't know what to do with the lead developer. He is an experienced, good professional, but he pushes everyone away from him."
Why Cornelis Consulting?
We know that the end of every process is a human.
We understand that the whole is not just the sum of the parts.
We believe that to change the world, we must change first.
We help you make your vision a reality.
We don't just consult.
WHAT WE DO
A vast change was triggered as tens of millions of people realized they could accomplish their work from anywhere with an internet connection. Companies that recognize this demand for flexibility and put international effort into infusing their organization with remote-first practices will thrive.
As the world emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, now is the moment to fortify your remote infrastructure and build a more inclusive, dynamic workplace.
What happens if we wipe our nose in the presence of a Japanese business partner, or in our enthusiasm we react too quickly at the thought of a Finnish partner, or too slowly at the suggestion of an Italian partner? What happens if we say "No" to a suggestion of a Brazilian or Indian partner? What do they think? No matter what you present, the Dutch will always be incredibly blunt with you, and what happens if we treat a Korean colleague with the same bluntness? Indeed - due to a lack of knowledge or underestimation cultural differences can, despite the best intentions, can ruin potentially successful business relationships.
Today's business environment may be the first in history to span five different generations at ones. For managers, managing multiple generations in the workplace is not as easy at all. Each generation has different expectations, communication styles and perspectives. However, creating a management strategy that addresses with the different characteristics of different generations in the workplace, can allow us to capitalize the corresponding strengths of the given generation, giving the company an advantage over its competitors opposite.