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  • Born 10 March 1978 in Schladming, Austria
  • Austrian
  • Raised in Gröbming, Styria
  • Married, 2 daughters
  • Lives in Lower Austria, near Vienna
  • A-levels at the Tourism School Salzburg in Klessheim
  • Master of Arts degree in Inter-Cultural Competencies at the Krems University for Continuing Education
  • Intensive course in systematic coaching at the ESBA European Systemic Business Academy in Vienna, Nov. 2011
  • Course in systematic coaching for executives at ESBA in Vienna, April 2014
  • Certified Management Consultant by the INCITE Academy Vienna, May 2014
  • Trainer, Coach & personality developer

Career so far

  • Gasthof Stadtkrug, Hallein (Austria)
    Service
  • Eurotel Les Diablerets, Switzerland
    Service and Bar
  • Parkhotel Zug am Zuger See, Switzerland
    Service and Bar
  • Magic Life the Club, Antalya (Turkey)
    Guest Relations
  • Austrian Airlines AG, Vienna
    Investor Relations
    Sales Support & Controlling
  • Anglo Irish Bank Austria, Vienna
    Marketing advisor
  • Wachau Regional Development Working Group, Spitz an der Donau
    Project Assistance
  • NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH, Vienna
    Senior Manager Leisure Sales and Managing Director
  • Fit for culture, Leobersdorf near Vienna
    Owner and Managing Director
  • Cooperation: diavendo trainer

Pursuits and passions

My greatest interests are travel and the foreign countries and cultures, one of the reasons why I chose my degree and career accordingly. I am passionate about winter sports. Downhill skiing, ski tours, cross-country, snowshoe hiking or snowboarding – as long as I'm in the snow and on the mountain. In the summer, I like to go hiking, climbing and mountain-biking. I'm also a big fan of sun, beach and sea! In my opinion, the nicest region is northern Spain and northern Portugal.

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Training, seminars, workshops, educational courses: these terms are usually – but not always – used correctly. There are very clear differences between these career development measures and yet they all have a common goal:

to develop and nurture people.

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