Joachim Baldus is a management and team consultant. He works as a coach, trainer and consultant for leaders and teams. As a former department head, he is highly experienced in the fields of organisation und personnel in large international financial institutions.
For more than 20 years, he has been a lay labor court judge.
His area of focus in consulting and coaching is supporting managers in difficult situations such as change, conflicts and separation processes.
Alessandra von Wachter, Dipl.-Psych. M.A., has worked since 1982 as a supervisor and head of advanced vocational training as well as a coach und trainer in profit and nonprofit organizations and in public institutions. Until 2006 she worked as a psychotherapist.
The focus of her work is to provide knowledge and support for leaders and teams in change processes, to develop and run training measures for managers and specialists on the topics of communication skills, teamwork and conflict-solving as well as to consult in questions of post-merger integration.
Till von Wachter, Ph.D (Economics)., works as an associate professor for economics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Previously he taught and researched at the Columbia University (New York). One of his fields of research is the development of careers dependent on the conditions of the labor markets. He has worked in detail on the long-term effects of layoffs and times of unemployment. His research has been sponsored by national and international institutions. He cooperates with a number of international organizations. His papers are published in academic journals and reviewed in national and international newspapers.
Carlo Beeskow, Dipl. social economist is an expert for organization and human resource development. He, has twelve years of experience as a CEO of a mid-sized consulting and training company. Since 1990 he has created and run development processes for a wide range of industries.
Currently he is working as a consultant, moderator, coach and trainer in projects of change and strategic alignment processes of mid-sized and big companies. Ongoing projects are concerned with implementing new leadership structure and management tools in the field of HR.
Regina Tully has worked for many years in management positions at international banks, located in Germany, the US, Italy and the UK. Her extensive expertise has covered relationship management, risk and credit. She was a Managing Director running a large risk area before starting her own consulting firm.
She works with teams and individuals in developing their customer calling skills and managers to focus on effective performance management. For over ten years she has been delivering high level training and consulting on a broad spectrum from specialized credit courses to Anti Money Laundering. Her geographical focus has been Germany, the US and Canada, however, she has also trained in Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia and South Africa.
Anne Wegner works at various universities and holds a Master of Science in Teaching in English to Speakers of Other Languages. She works in the fields of conflict management in transnational cooperation and intercultural communication.
"I am a trained ergonomist with over twenty years of business experience in Germany, UK, Belgium, France and The Netherlands. After twenty years of roving in the business world, I have finally found my true calling and now support others in their work in the global society, using my background as an intercultural and English language trainer. I’m especially interested in language as a communication tool – it’s not just about what you say, it’s also about how you say it!"
Gilbert Graf, Master of Advanced Studies, Mediation, studied at the University of Luxembourg and at the Swiss IUKB (Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch). He is Co-Founder of ALMA (Association Luxembourgeoise de la Médiation et des Médiateurs agréés) and accredited mediator of the Ministry of Justice in civil and commercial affairs as well as the Ministry for Families and Integration in Luxembourg.
He’s an expert in solving conflicts in an intercultural environment and in the field of organiziational and quality development, according to the standards of EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management). He teaches as a lecturer at secondary schools in Luxembourg and works for companies and institutions in various countries. He speaks fluent Englisch, German, French and Luxembourgian.
Ursula Schöbel, M.A., studied sociology and has worked since 1986 as a coach, supervisor and organizational consultant. A focus of her activities in the last few years was in the field of media management. She has worked on role model development, performance coaching and career building. She’s widely experienced in consulting leaders during professional turning points and crisis.
Both the development of advanced training modules and curricula and the target-oriented realization of these measures are part of her repertoire.