When your boss is a good friend
The leadership style and character of a boss often play a decisive role in whether employees feel comfortable in their jobs or not. He should treat his employees with respect, be able to motivate them and always have an open ear - but he is rarely a friend. With Emanuel Warzecha and David Storch this is different. They also pull together in their private lives and could not imagine anything better.
The perfect match
Emanuel always wanted to be his own boss and work with other people as much as possible. He found what he was looking for at OVB: As a manager, he has the challenging task of building a high-performance and reliable team and recognizing potential in people. And this is exactly what he saw in David. The two had known each other since childhood, but it was only through their work that they connected. "David's determination simply fit perfectly into my team from the very beginning," says Emanuel.
Only as a team are you strong
"With us, it developed quite naturally. We've spent a lot of time together, our wives have become friends, we've started spending holidays together, and realized that we share even our greatest passion," says David. The two ride downhill in their spare time. They believe this extreme sport has a lot in common with their work: You have each other's backs, motivate each other, plan the route together, celebrate when you've overcome an obstacle and finally arrived at your destination. "As a team we overcome every obstacle - both in sport and at work. We never let the other down," explains David.