We do not have ready-made solutions (because context situations are always different), but look at what your company, your department or your team needs to rise to a higher level: long-term productivity growth and a higher result at the bottom line.

With diligence we reinforce your business with the elements that determine success: architecture (vision, organization), processes and the people who make it happen. 


At toccaverde, we are professionals who combine successful business experience with academic insights. We research, we support, we advise, we coach and we work together with pleasure. We believe in the strength that houses at our clients, in practical solutions, in common sense, in good values ​​and standards and in working towards the essence of the business. 

toccaverde embodies the magic of the merger between toccaverde gmbh from Vienna (Austria) and Amaeron BV from Amsterdam (now toccaverde bv).

With our offices in Vienna, Amsterdam and São Paulo as well as speaking English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and Dutch, we provide easy collaboration consistently almost everywhere.  

There are so many opportunities to capture, so much productivity to gain, contact us


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I'm an avowed layman. Not even an "amateur" (derived from Latin for "lover") - as far as epidemology or virology is concerned. What about you? 

How do you deal with all this not knowing? 

Aggressive and fearful - Marshall B Rosenberg would emphatically attribute this to the desire for security, for being understood, for much of the unfulfilled. 

Selfish and egomaniacal - when no one else is paying attention to you or because you are not one of those at risk, because you have to work for others and because everyone else is generally so much better off than you? 

Or reflects compassionately and carefully (self-)caring? 

I found a text on posture in Nora Batson and I thank my teacher and friend Matthias Varga von Kibed for transfering to me:



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