Main focus: diversity & future skills
Languages: German, English, French
City: Berlin & Mannheim
Topics: innovation, unconscious bias, diversity, self care, fair language, future skills
Services: Talk, Workshop management, Consulting, Interview
Willing to travel for an event.
As a professor and expert in counselling, communication & diversity, I stand for future skills such as diversity & new perspectives, emotional intelligence, self-care, innovation & sustainable action!
Because the crises and challenges of the future can only be mastered through rethinking and new perspectives!
In addition, the promotion of differentiated thinking and speaking is close to my heart. The core of my work in teaching, workshops and lectures is to enable people to broaden their horizons and develop new perspectives and ideas! This includes critically questioning one's own and others' views, enduring plurality in opinion and lifestyle, and integrating diversity.
Dr Gundula Gwenn Hiller is an encourager for innovation, growth and sustainability. She is an expert in connecting communication, diversity and emotional intelligence. As a professor, she is not only concerned with training the intellect, but also the intelligence of the heart. She has lived in five countries and taught courses and lectured all over the world, from Cape Town to Singapore. Her current top topics are future skills and learning from other cultures!
With over 60 publications, Prof. Dr. Gundula Gwenn Hiller is an encourager for innovation, growth and sustainability. She is an expert in connecting communication, diversity and emotional intelligence. As a professor, she is not only concerned with training the intellect, but also the heart. She has lived in five countries and taught courses and lectured from Cape Town to Singapore. Her current top topics are future skills and learning from other cultures!
Dr. Hiller has been Professor for Career Guidance and Counselling with a focus on intercultural competence and migration, at the University of Applied Labour Studies, HdBA since 2019.
Before, she was the Director of the Center for Intercultural Learning (ZIL) at the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) (2008-2019). She has a broad international teaching and project experience, with visiting professorships in 2015-2017 at Aix-Marseille University, France; and in 2010 at The University of Texas, in Austin/USA.
She has been working as a trainer for communication, diversity and intercultural competence as well as for leadership since 2004 with over 100 workshops & trainings in 14 countries and in 4 languages in the field of administration, higher education, business. Since 2011, she has been conducting a 4-module training course to become a trainer for intercultural competence in Higher Education (International DAAD Academy, Bonn & Centre for Education at the Freie Universität Berlin).
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This talk is in: German