Katja Ischebeck

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Katja Ischebeck katja-ischebeck-e1382003003438-150x150Katja Ischebeck is a psychologist and business consultant.

Ischebeck is a consultant, trainer and coach with many years of international experience in human resources management in different industries. As a graduate psychologist with many other qualifications (Train the Trainer, Master Trainer, Business Coach, NLP Trainer and Wingwave Coach etc.) she successfully accompanies teams and executives in their professional development for years. Since 2009, she has been working intensively on the topic of conceptual work. Her book "Successful Concepts - A Practical Guide in 6 Steps" was published.

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Latest posts



Success & Management {HR magazine}

Concept Creation and Strategy Development: Think Big and Creative!

Concepts always mean changes in the company. Unfortunately you have to expect the change management that this does not suit everyone. It helps to think big, to be creative - and to market your ideas accordingly. Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Concept creation and strategy development: working under time pressure

Developing a really good concept takes a lot of time because often many different factors have to be taken into account so that the time does not melt. How to create a concept under time pressure? Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Concept creation and strategy development: Quick shot with a sham solution

To develop concepts and strategies and to present them in meetings, for example, is an extremely important skill for professional success. And yet 70% of the concepts fail! What is the reason? Read more