Ideas on the go
The sun in the heart
At Schindler Creations we have a diversity of disciplines who come from different fields of expertise and different cultures.
One core value that crosses our people and is essential to our success is that we are all problem solvers. Since we had such a successful and solution oriented year we decided to celebrate us and the summer.
Time to celebrate us
It’s summer time and we celebrated our Summer Event with our loved ones close to our headquarters at the Lake of Constance. It was a colorful get-together of the whole Schindler Creations family with plenty of food and drinks as well as water and land activities. There was something for everyone.
In good times we remember the things which led us to this success and enabled our company to grow. Being problem solvers is still one of our core values today. When we talk about being problem solvers, we also talk of mastering and overcoming challenges and any conflicts these challenges entail. Therefore, being problem solvers is firstly to be conflict friendly and conflict competent, and this is possible from the understanding that problems are opportunities for improvement. Problems offer information of not just how to fix something but also how to improve it. What’s more is that an effective problem solver understands they do not have all the answers and are open to ideas and knowledge from many other sources even ones that may be very different.This positive outlook on problems is an essential characteristic of being an effective problem solver.
Together as a team
Great problem solvers are also great facilitators. They use their communication skills to help others share information, so all bases are covered. This trait of breaking down silos and involving people beyond their own tasks is what begins to help prevent problems. Problem solvers are not just good at collaboration and teamwork, but they actively strive to create that environment as they know that working together is not just a buzz word that they use but it’s actually how they like to spend their days. Working with people with different backgrounds and disciplines and surrounding themselves with their partners leads to a far more likelihood of achieving ‘wow’ solutions.