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laniusSabine Lanius worked in the management of an international trade fair company and has been coaching executives since 1998.Sabine Lanius, born in 1965, advises and coaches executives and experts who want to reflect and optimize their leadership and communication behavior. She works for corporations and medium-sized companies as well as for well-known academies. She is also a lecturer at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Her work focuses on job-related topics such as leadership, communication, especially feedback, onboarding / job transition, new placement / career advice. Before becoming self-employed, the business administration graduate gained management experience at an international trade fair company in marketing / sales (b2b) and in renowned consulting firms. More information at

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