Coaching is my passion
My heart beats for coaching, and leadership experience has guided my career path.
As a coach and trainer, I work within various industries at different hierarchical levels. Simultaneously, I am an executive in a DAX-40 company in the financial sector. I am well versed in the challenges executives and their teams face, and I understand the complexities of organization structures.
I combine my extensive training and education, with many years of leadership experience, to create a unique consulting approach. With this advantage, I support teams and individuals in reflecting on themselves and unlocking new potential.
I received my PhD from the Department of Psychology at the Technical University of Munich. I hold a diploma in business administration and a master’s degree in organizational development.
I also share my knowledge as a lecturer at various universities. Some of these universities include the Universities of Münster and Osnabrück, the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
As a native of Hungary, I ventured out to Munich at a very early age. When I spend my free time on psychology, I prefer the lighter side of the topic. If my two young sons allow me the time, I get lost in crime novels and psychological thrillers.
“I thrive on enabling
people to exceed
- Doctorate at the Department of Psychology – Technical University of Munich
- Diploma in Management & Technology – Technical University of Munich
- Master of Arts in Organizational Development – Kaiserslautern University of Technology
- Systemic Business Coach
- Systemic Consultant (SG)
- Systemic Organizational Developer (DGSF)
- Organizational Consultant (Hephaistos)
- Team Coach (Hephaistos)
- Trainer for Experiential Teaching Methods (Metalog)
- Agile Coach (In Training)
Team training: Creating connection despite physical distance,
I shared my experiences on digital team training with Dialog – the magazine of the Ludwigsburg University of Public Administration and Finance. Background: I am a lecturer at the university and thus always have the opportunity to share new impulses to the professionals of tomorrow, and provide much needed inspiration.
Digital Warm-up : Warming up
for digital collaboration,
Warm-up exercises have their fixed – and justified – place in sports. Warm-ups are also a really good idea in the digital space. Anyone who has ever sat in a video call with mostly unfamiliar people will certainly remember how agonizing the atmosphere and silence can be, especially at the beginning. After all, the usual informal getting-to-know-you over coffee is omitted.
That's my job : MY CAREER
PODCAST FOR TU MUNICH,
For the career podcast of TU Munich, my academic home, I gave an interview about how to master your own first leadership role. I myself led employees for the first time at a relatively young age, which was of course a very exciting experience for me. For even more insights and some useful tips, check out this article.
MY INTERVIEW WITH HERCAREER: “LEADING HYBRID, BUT HOW?”Mai 2022
I spoke with herCAREER about this forward-looking topic. The fact that hybrid working and, in particular, hybrid teams are more than just a side effect of Covid has long been apparent. After all, the advantages are obvious.