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Ready for new perspectives
Do it or don't do it - there is no such thing as trying

Maria Wieninger

M.Sc. B.Sc.
Consultant 

 

“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man” (Heraklit)


 

Changes are present in every part of our life. I am feeling comfortable in running water. Even though I am aware that other people prefer stagnant water. Everyone reacts differently to changes and handles them differently.

For me it is important to go with the flow. If I remain stationary, I have to take the next step. Accordingly, after my bachelor’s degree I started working in my first full-time job besides internships and trainings. My focus in doing this job: Develop my knowledge in the IT area. Afterwards I decided to go back to university and study the international master’s program “Organization Studies” in Innsbruck. The combination of my practical experiences, the new gained theoretical knowledge, and my value system builds a good basis for the tasks and challenges in my current work.

I learned inspiration and feeling for handling changes while traveling in foreign cultures. My travels keep my perspective open for new and exciting approaches and not only to consider my “one best way”. Besides all the changes and adventures, I have to admit that I also appreciate fixed constants in my life like friends, hobbies (beach volleyball etc.) and my family.

In my consultancy work I focus on the following questions:

  • How can I meaningfully lead a heterogenous group of people without constraining the individuality of each person?
  • How does an agile team dynamic develop which enables innovative and creative impulses and advancement for all participants?
  • How can leaders enable their employees learning opportunities for personal and professional evolvement? In this regard, how can they build up an atmosphere in which stuck thinking and action patterns can be rethought?
  • How can you design sustainable and meaningful transformation processes?