Sascha Demarmels

My bio:

Sascha Demarmels works as an agile communication coach. Also, she has been a senior lecturer and researcher for over ten years now at a university of applied sciences. She is specialized in human interaction / collaboration, conversation techniques, and conflict communication. Further focus areas are diversity and comprehensibility. She has a doctor’s degree in linguistics and wrote several articles and books on communication.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

  • Referat zu agiler Kommunikation

    Agile Kommunikation – Wann sind wir wirklich auf Augenhöhe? Talk im Rahmen des Agile Talks Day 18, Hamburg, 7. Juni 2018.

    This talk is in: German
  • World Café zum Thema agile Kommunikation

    Kommunikation im agilen Umfeld: Atkuelle Herausforderunen und Lösungsansätze. Workshop an der 9th Lean, Agile & Scrum Conference (LAS), Zürich, 14. September 2017.

    This talk is in: German
  • Referat zu angewandter Verständlichkeit

    Klartext: Was neben Klarheit sonst noch nötig ist für die Verständigung oder: Die Verarbeitungsmotivation als Schlüssel für verständliche Texte. Referat an der Fachkonferenz Klartext! Damit alle mitreden, mitarbeiten, mitentscheiden können, capito Hamburg, 7. Oktober 2016.

    This talk is in: German
  • Academic Presentation on Gendersensitive Language

    Gender-Sensitive Language: Comprehensibility, Acceptability, and Implementation in Communication of Private and Public Organzations. Presentation at the final Conference of the Marie Curie Initial Training Network on Language, Cognition, and Gender, 13th June 2013, Berne.

    This talk is in: English
  • Academic Presentation on Communication of Sustainability

    Sustainability Branding: Emotionalization as an Adequate Strategy for Effective Communication? Presentation at the ECREA Symposium, 4th July 2013, Barcelona.

    This talk is in: English
  • Kurs für Führungspersonen zu Kommunikation im Berufsalltag

    Respektvolle Kommunikation. Zweitägiges Modul im Rahmen des Executive-Programm Philosophie + Managaement, 2015, Universität Luzern.

    This talk is in: German