»Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.« (William James)

Carina Bayerdörffer

  • Senior Consultant at osb international
  • Organizational development with a focus on change and leadership
  • Organizational learning and customer-specific qualification schemes for leaders, talents, project leaders and teams (digital, blended, in presence)
  • Design and facilitation of large group events and innovative formats

Recent consulting activities

  • Projects dealing with the future of managing people and learning, reorganization and cultural change, IT projects
  • Strategy and transformation processes including project management
  • Design and facilitation of national and international leadership development programs
  • Consulting, coaching and training addressing lateral and collaborative leadership, tandem leadership, diversity, collaboration in distributed and virtually working teams, agile forms of working, cooperation in international and intercultural settings

Professional background

  • Diploma in economics and management (Diplom-Ökonomin) from the University of Witten/Herdecke with a focus on organizational theory and practice
  • Multi-year long research project at the Copenhagen Business School on “Managing with Strategic Visions” at the department of management, politics and philosophy as part of a phd-program
  • 4 years as project manager for the management board of a medium-sized family business in the food industry
  • Over 10 years of experience as management consultant with experience in large and medium-sized corporates, family- and owner-led companies, start-ups as well as non-profit organisations and academia
  • Professional development in the systemic consulting of organisations, facilitation, talent assessment (INSIGHTS MDI®), agile forms of working
  • Teaching assignment at the university of applied sciences in Zurich in the masters program applied psychology and Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • 20 years voluntary work for the United World Colleges Germany, currently as member of the managing board responsible for HR (worldwide movement for intercultural and transformative education)

»Change requires (en)courage(ment) and perseverance.«