In addition to her research and entrepreneurial passion, Katharina enjoys running.
Monika is leading tailor-made language trainings and cross-cultural communication skills workshops for the Research and Innovation Management GmbH. She has substantial experience in training in the corporate sector. Monika has worked with both worldwide leading large companies and small niche players. She supports her students in a particular way because of her professional skills and high expertise in her discipline.
Monika’s way of teaching „I - if possible - move on the premises with my trainees and discuss daily business as well as any problems or tasks arising from their duties. On the other hand the participants of my trainings are always cordially invited to discuss any questions coming up during their practical use of the English language. The trainings include strategic exercise as well as standard situations so that the newly gained knowledge can be implemented easily in daily business. I have to admit that my trainings are spiritually inspired. As I can read the gestures and facial expressions of the trainees it is easy for me to find out if my explanations or the words I use are clear to them and if they are well understood. This special support helps me to apply accordingly and ensures a good feeling for everyone. Due to this fact of a relaxed state of mind learning becomes easier and I am usually very proud of the progress I recognize. Long story short: I as well provide mental support during the trainings which makes my lessons one of a kind.“
Manuela Spandl studies teacher education with the subjects English and Latin at the University of Vienna. She is very passionate and dedicated to her work. She is gaining experience and improving her teaching skills while leading English courses. In her free time Manuela enjoys spending time with her family and pets, skiing and making music.
Mag. Doris Baumgartner
With a background in tourism management, Doris gained work and language experience in Disneyland Paris. After a couple of years in Paris, Doris turned her back on tourism and studied teacher education with the subjects French and Spanish at the University of Vienna. She worked as a French and Spanish teacher in a grammar school in Klosterneuburg. During her maternity leave she moved to Amstetten, where she is now working for apricon GmbH, a specialist for business consulting, dictation and speech recognition solutions. In a cooperation with Research and Innovation Management GmbH Doris leads several language seminars. Her free time she spends with her family and with reading.
Mag. Sabine Zechmeister
Sabine is a qualified interpreter, translator, and language trainer for German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, and Russian. Furthermore, she is a certified trainer for German and also holds a license as an ÖIF- and ÖSD-examiner for national and international German Certificate Exams. Moreover, she is a certified trainer for the further training of adults and a certified communication trainer, a certified mental trainer and a certified life coach, an author and an editor and sees herself as a metaphysical trainer of the consciousness and a holistic personality coach. She is extremely practically orientated and delivers compact contents that are relevant to the work and life of her participants.
EXTERNAL ADVISORY BOARD
Mag. Anton Eiser
Senior Innovation Advisor
Mag. Anton Eiser has been an independent innovation manager for more than 15 years and has developed and managed several successful projects with a focus on innovation strategy and product development. He is at present deploying one of his core competencies in the aviation business to facilitate disruptive technologies in this context. In addition, he is an independent expert and evaluator for the European Commission. Toni is a passionate pilot and is in the air whenever time permits.
Mag. Hermann Wieland
International and Export Advisor
Mag. Hermann Wieland has been an export manager for more than 25 years and has developed and managed several successful export projects. He has advised several forestry sector industries in the East, providing support for new purchasing offices in Asia and guiding several leading companies that are active in or producing for the primary industry. Hermann is a passionate hiker and in his free time enjoys the countryside.
Erasmus+ mobility activities for transferring knowledge
2013 – Training ‘EU research, innovation and education projects: a practical toolkit for all’ Host
2013 – Job Shadowing of Associate Professor Car-Axel Engdahl at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology Host
2014 – Visit of the Volkshochschule des Landkreises Freyung-Grafenau Host
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