Our Formats

Just as craftsmen need special tools for different tasks, so we also work with different tools for employee and organizational development. We rely on a mix of traditional formats, on-the-job approaches and new mobile learning formats.


are used to re-structure existing knowledge and structures or to integrate new knowledge efficiently. We provide consultancy, planning and moderation of board and leader meetings, conferences, vision workshops and many other workshop formats.


is mainly used for knowledge transfer and the integration of knowledge into individual behaviour. We train your leaders according to current standards and use content, which is tailored to your organisation. 

Training on the job

provides a unique opportunity to integrate theoretical background directly into the day-to-day working situation. This training format enables the fine adjustment of individual abilities and behavioural patterns.

A trainer follows the participant like a shadow through their working day and gives feedback.

The trainer provides learning opportunities, which are used independently by the participant. Self-directed learning can also incorporate mobile and social learning.

The leader has a partner to converse and interact with, who reviews the plausibility and congruency of planned measures in concrete situations.

In a lecture, themes are illustrated in context pointedly and tailored to each forum.


is an ideal tool to support and accompany personal development processes. It can also be used for the supervision of groups.

The learning content meets the personal needs and learning profile of the participant. The trainer acts as an individual coach.


helps your organisation to expand the spectrum of alternative solutions, to select suitable solutions and implement them using appropriate procedures.

Collegial consultation

is a form of learning for individuals or groups. It also functions as knowledge management in organisations. Colleagues with same or similar problems meet to discuss and work on these individual issues. Multiple ideas and responses emerge, which help the individual to make decisions and take action. At the same time, all colleagues learn from the example of the individual.

Project work

is a process for the practical application of learned skills and provides an opportunity to refine and improve these skills. We regard the use of project work as an important opportunity to expand skills, particularly in development of leaders.

We introduce various methods to improve the transferral of what is learned into everyday situations. This includes before and after tests, telephone transfer coaching, collegial learning, internet-based exchange formats and podcasts.


serve to transfer clear knowledge content and are mostly used as modules in longer-term learning processes. They can be expanded by means of preparatory and/or follow-up tasks.

Neulands Campus

is an alternative conference format that aims to combine maximum infiltration of issues with the greatest possible involvement of all participants.

Neulands Leadershipping

is a leadership and self-management training on a sailing vessel. For the participants the time on the ship provides an opportunity to reflect on aspects of self-management and management in an unusual and demanding environment. Regular reflection rounds on board ensure that all experiences become lasting learning experiences and insights.