Maria Theresia Radinger

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Maria Theresa Radinger Maria Theresia RadingerMaria Theresia Radinger is a corporate consultant and behavior expert with her own TV show.

Maria Theresia Radinger studied pedagogy with a focus on adult and vocational education, completed an apprenticeship as a color, style and image consultant and worked as a trainer for 15 years in the catering and hotel industry.

Since 2003 Maria Radinger works as an independent business trainer and management consultant. Since 2004 she is member of the network Etiquette Trainer International ETI and since 2012 member of the Gastronomic Academy of Germany. Since March, her own TV show "manners instead of embarrassment" aired on ATV.

In addition to the location Villach there is an office in Vienna. Your customers are 4 and 5 star hotels and business enterprises in Germany and abroad.

Latest posts

Success & Management (HR magazine)

Everyday manners: Greetings, greetings and goodbyes in business

Cultivated manners are still valid today as a sign of a trained personality. They signal the interest in a civilized approach to people and thus show respect and respect for other people. Read more

Contribution also in eCourses & books:

Style & effect (Work & Life)

Dress code and business clothes: 2 X 17 tips for the style knigge

Clothes make people - still! In fact, companies once again value well-groomed business attire. 2 X 17 tips on what women and men should really look out for in the job. Read more