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Nexia Ebner Stolz

Our values

Open­ness and trust are the hall­marks of our work toge­ther

We quickly clear up irri­ta­ti­ons and deal with both hid­den and open con­f­licts imme­dia­tely. Anyone who’s got some­t­hing on their mind should say it

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We esteem and respect eve­r­yone

Argu­ments shouldn’t be per­so­nal but based on the facts. The important thing is that eve­r­yone arri­ves at the solu­tion with head held high.

We rely on each other, because each of us works with dis­ci­p­line

Each of us is com­p­le­tely com­mit­ted to his work and keeps his pro­mi­ses. Res­ting or pur­suing per­so­nal ambi­ti­ons on someone else’s dime is not accepta­ble

We give our­sel­ves cre­dit, but also give and receive con­struc­tive criti­cism

Anyone who earns praise should receive it and can be proud of it. When we give criti­cism, we do it in a way that is moti­va­ting, encou­ra­ging, and not at all heavy-han­ded

We pro­vide infor­ma­tion quickly and tran­s­par­ently

Wha­te­ver an indi­vi­dual emp­loyee needs to know to do his job he’ll hear from us directly, cle­arly, and pur­po­se­fully.

We make time for one ano­ther

The cli­ent comes first. And at the same time, we make it a daily goal to leave time for con­ver­sa­ti­ons with col­lea­gues and emp­loyees – or else to make time for it. To show app­re­cia­tion or give some quick feed­back is cer­tainly no waste of time

Good man­ners, poli­te­ness, and punc­tua­lity are sim­ply a given for us

A fri­endly “hello” or a smile says more than a thou­sand words. It’s okay if someone’s occa­sio­nally late – but only if they give us a heads-up.

Eve­r­yone needs to set a good example, espe­cially the mana­ge­ment

That app­lies even to things that seem tri­vial.

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