FeMale Leadership-Partnerinnen Gabriele Strodl-Sollak MA, Mag. Susanne Schwanzer MSc, Mag. Gerhild Deutinger
Foto: Gerhard Haan

We are specialists with proven know-how and sound scientific background in gender and diversity management, Inclusion, intercultural competencies and communication. Gerhild Deutinger, Susanne Schwanzer and Gabriele Strodl-Sollak look at the structural and organisational conditions to ensure that mixed teams – herein the best people – work on the value enhancement of the company. Here we use the "operational Inclusion" concepts of gender and diversity management and communication psychology.
We know from a variety of studies that diverse teams achieve better results. In times of weak growth, it is crucial to improve performance in those areas that are accessible to us: employees.

Other partners in Gender'Diversity*Inculsion:

Maga Gerhild Deutinger
develops strategies and ideas for optimal communication flow and efficient corporate culture, place top executives, accompany and facilitate strategy development processes of multinational corporations and organisations. She is committed to promoting women in management positions. One focal point of her work is the placement of women to open up career opportunities for advancement to the top.

Maga Susanne Schwanzer, MSc
She accompanies, as systemic consultant and coach, companies and organisations in change processes and team and organisational development in Austria, Germany and the UK. She is a member of the Austrian Coaching Federation.  She has been involved in the promotion of equality and diversity for over 15 years: she created, among others, the first gender mainstreaming guideline and worked with on the Unternehmenshandbuch 7 Schritte zur Gleichstellung (corporate manual 7 steps to equality). She has counselled numerous companies, governments and universities on encouraging women to get a technical education, to break role stereotypes, to promote a balanced work family life, designed and performed targeted career and development programs for women and how to create a diverse and equal opportunity corporate culture.

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