The European branch of a leading automobile manufacturer's bank undertakes deep organizational changes.
Due to European passport legislation, previously independent national subsidiaries become branches of the main company. In addition to the technical aspects of this reorganization, the concerns of the national companies quickly come to the top of the agenda. They fear the loss of self-determination and influence.
fgi addresses these concerns with a finely tuned mix of individual coaching sessions, numerous national workshops, and a Europe-wide communication. The new reality is made as transparent as possible, expectations are clearly addressed, and leaders are supported with implementation of the change. Some leaders receive individual support. Despite a difficult starting situation, the project quickly takes hold within the company and is received positively. Reorganization within the first countries takes place in a timely manner and without much noise.