Maike Dietz

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Maike Dietz 97Maike Dietz is a career coach and HR consultant and has been with Daimler for more than 7 years.

After completing her degree in business administration, she worked at Daimler-Benz AG in Stuttgart for seven years. 1995 changed her position into a major international recruitment consultancy. Since 17 years, Maike Dietz is self-employed as a personnel consultant. As a management coach, she looks after companies and private clients and also works as a career coach.

Latest posts



Success & Management {HR magazine}

Career planning and strategy for executives: 3 practice tips against operational blindness

The longer employees are in the company, the more blind they may become. Even experienced executives do not escape this fate. 3 tips. Read more


Success & Management {HR magazine}

To be competent: cheerfulness vs. Leadership of managers

Happy-looking women are not expected to have the will to lead - women with typically masculine characteristics, on the other hand, are perceived as “real” bosses. This is a bit exaggerated ... Read more

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Family & Smart Home {Work & life}

Return to work after baby break: career killer parental leave?

A parents' survey by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs surprised and shocked me: four out of ten working women regret having taken parental leave. Because the baby break is harmful ... Read more