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Suzanne Harttmann

Suzanne Harttmann
Career transition management
My website/blog:

www.karriereberatung-in-hamburg.de

My topics:

mentoring outplacement

My languages:

German English French

My city:

Hamburg

My country:

Germany

My bio:

- Degree in communication science at Mainz University
- Training as business coach at V.I.E.L.-Coaching, Hamburg
- Postgraduate programme in business administration with focus on marketing & advertisement
- Advanced training in communication psychology with methods developed by
- Friedemann Schulz von Thun, Carl Rogers, Milton Erickson; transaction analysis
- Trainer for persolog ® personality profile (DISC assessment model by Prof. John G. Geier)
- Founder of KARRIEREPARTNER, HR-Expert Network in Germany

Modus operandi
I work in career development and outplacement for senior executives and high potentials across a broad range of international organisations. I have been in this business for 14 years and offer tried and tested methods, structured approaches and a confidential and enabling environment that will help my clients devise and realize a career strategy geared to results.
From 2000 to 2013 I was Senior Executive Consultant of SKP Dr. Stoebe, Kern & Partner, a privately-owned Germany based consultancy for international career transition management. I was also Central Coordinator of CareerNet International (CNI), a UK registered company, delivering outplacement services globally.
Prior to my time as HR and career consultant, I have held a number of senior international public relations management and Press Officer roles in different industries, including the SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN MUSIK FESTIVAL, OTG (market leader tea), MONTBLANC (writing instruments) and NDR  (TV).

My favourite topic is a specific strategy to tackle the concealed labour market.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Hamburger Abendblatt, Top im Job: "Wenn der Arbeitgeber anruft"

B.F.B.M. Bundesverband der Frauen in Business und Management
Lions Club Hamburg
Universität Hamburg, Fachbereich Psychologie




Hamburger Abendblatt, Top im Job: "Wenn der Arbeitgeber anruft"

B.F.B.M. Bundesverband der Frauen in Business und Management
Lions Club Hamburg
Universität Hamburg, Fachbereich Psychologie