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Nadja Petranovskaja

Nadja Petranovskaja
Thanks God it's Monday!
My twitter handle:

@petranovskaja

My website/blog:

https://petranovskaja.com

My topics:

teamwork change management co-creativity motivation collaboration vuca

My languages:

German English Russian

My city:

Hamburg

My country:

Germany

My bio:

Nadja Petranovskaja has more than 20 years of experience as a business psychologist. After finishing her studies in Hamburg, the native Russian gained international experience as a consultant, project manager and manager in a wide range of industries and worked e.g. at Daimler, IBM, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and for Airbus.

As a specialist in change management and motivation, Ms. Petranovskaja feels secure in various roles. Among other things, she has had overall responsibility for an IT project portfolio in Eastern Europe, has supported bank mergers, optimized processes and built an aircraft. She found out what made all the situations in multinational highly complex projects a success: people who enjoy doing their work and look forward to every Monday.

In 2011, Ms. Petranovskaja changed her perspective and committed herself, as an independent entrepreneur, to the task of making organizations, teams and individuals fit for the future. As author, blogger, speaker and facilitator, Ms. Petranovskaja brings fresh, actionable impulses and encourages for coping with changes.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Muster brechen: Keynote auf PM Camp DACH in Dornbirn

Impulsvortrag über Gewohnheiten, Muster, Zukunft und Glück.

This talk is in: German


Im Auge des Orkans: Gelassenheit für Projektmanager

Aus fem PM Camp in Stuttgart: Warum ist es wichtig, gerade in den hektischen Zeiten einen kühlen Kopf zu behalten?

This talk is in: German


Happiness Management in Unternehmen

This talk is in: German


Lazy Project Management (2011)

Erfahrungsbericht aus einem millionenschweren Projekt in der Industrie: Wie kann man mit weniger Druck, weniger Stress und Reporting trotzdem "in time & budget" arbeiten? Was sind die Erfahrungen mit Projektpolitik und welche Erfolgsfaktoren snd auf andere Projekte übertragbar?




Sinn, Unsinn und Chancen des Lebens (2012)



Wir leben im 21. Jahrhundert - suchen wir noch nach dem richtigen Sinn? Leben wir unser Leben?