»I am more interested in whether and how our work as consultants delivers lasting benefits to our clients than individual issues.«

Sabine Stadelmann

  • Partner at osb international
  • Management and organizational consultant
  • Trainer and supervisor of trainee organizational consultants and coaches in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland
  • Lecturer in the area of communication design, Münster University of Applied Sciences
  • Lecturer of the systemic management program at the Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Recent consulting activities

  • Development and implementation of organization-specific management and executive training programs 
  • Conception and implementation of human resources development systems
  • Strategic consulting on human resources issues
  • Management diagnostics and assessment of potential for executives
  • Support for organizational development projects and change projects at business enterprises and institutions
  • Coaching and support for executives on all issues relating to role and task design, consulting for management teams
  • Qualification of consultants
  • Career advice

Professional background

  • Diplom degree in education and studies at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt to qualify as a teacher at schools for students with special needs
  • Training in gestalt education, further training in group dynamics, process consulting and systemic consulting, studies in the U.S.
  • Several years in teaching and adult education
  • Co-founder, trainer and consultant for 15 years at Lanzenberger consultancy, Dr. Looss Stadelmann, Darmstadt
  • Faculty member of the Hernstein International Institute for Management and Leadership, Vienna, 1996-2014
  • Coaching trainer at the artop Institute, Humboldt-University, Berlin, 2005-2013
  • Senior Coach, Member of the German Association of Coaching

»I see my role as a consultant as providing support to clients as they find their own solution-finding and decision- making potential.«