Dr. Gabriele Cerwinka

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Dr. Gabriele Cerwinka cerwinkaDr. Gabriele Cerwinka is a shareholder of Schranz and Cerwinka OEG.

She has many years of professional experience as a board secretary. After studying vocational education and communication sciences as well as International Human Resource Management / Organizational Development, she has been a freelance consultant and coach for personality development, communication and office management since 1993. She is also a textbook author and university lecturer.

Latest posts


Style & effect (Work & Life)

Body language: this is how clothing helps

In the course of its development man has learned to handle weapons and tools. Tools support the activity of the hands, they represent the "extension" of our body. Read more


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Body language: suppress feelings and body?

We have learned to develop and refine our language. We have learned to hide behind beautiful words. But we have forgotten how to integrate our body naturally into our communication. Read more

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Style & effect (Work & Life)

Body language: Distance in the team

Depending on the situation, we are asking for a certain space around us, into which the interlocutor should not interfere. The invisible distance zone should be preserved in every conversation situation. Read more


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Body language: defense mechanisms

Our shoulders are important building blocks of our physical defensive wall. Pulling it up, we protect our neck, which is an extremely vulnerable part of our body. Here our main lifebloom flows through, an attack on it can be deadly. Read more


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Body language: treacherous gestures

If the soliloquy of the interlocutor is too long, we like to start tapping nervously with our fingers on the table. A clear stop signal that betrays our true thoughts. But actually we do not want to look in the cards ... Read more


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Body language: interpret handshake

The welcome with hand stroke is common in our latitudes. Their origin is clear: when we hand the other hand to the other, we also show him that we do not hold a weapon, that we come in peaceful intent. Read more


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Body language: keep your distance in the power struggle!

Just as the lips reshape our letters, our eyes and hands also emphasize our speech by their movements. What we mean, we dress not only in words, but also in looks and gestures. And we show, for example, clearly: keep me from the body. Read more


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Body language: smile as a weapon

The mouth is our actual speaker. The words come out as we "sculpt" the sounds with the muscles around the mouth. So we can - with some training - also read from the lips of the other, without hearing the sound of the words. Read more