The network team’s foundation are trusting partnerships and experience from past collaborations. We are companions that share goals and attitudes. Our way of working is based on a systemic attitude and qualified training. Our circle is a constant source of inspiration and new impulses. Innovative, authentic, sustainable, trusting. We are all experienced business leaders and know corporations or medium-sized companies from personal operational experience.
Over 20 years of experience in the areas of Business, Transformation and
has many faces.
Andrea has been active in the area of “systemic change and leadership” for more than 20 years. She is a trained business coach, business mediator and systemic consultant with a focus on team and organizational development. In addition, she is trained in displaying business constellations and certified Scrum Master.
Before she founded tridot consulting, she holds several leadership positions in corporate organization and mid-size companies. Her focus is on sustainable transformation and cultural diagnostic. Integration and function of business strategy, personnel structures and decision-making processes in companies are at the core of her analysis. She advises which conflicts need to be resolved or which formal structures lead to successfully change. Breaking systemic dysfunctional patterns are her field of expertise when she designs impactful interventions.
Andrea is married, has a teenage daughter, lives in Berlin and tries to spend as much time as possible in the mountains each year.
Julia has been working in the field of Systemic Change and Leadership for more than 16 years. She is a certified Business Coach and a trained Systemic Consultant with a focus on Leadership and Organisation Development and Cultural Transformation.
Before founding tridot consulting, she held management positions at international corporations and global consultancy firms. Her focus is on enabling sustainable transformation by applying thorough diagnostics to enhance decision-making processes. Based on her data-driven findings, Julia devises intervention strategies to support leadership teams, thereby helping them to improve their performance in a sustainable manner, and enabling them to better transform their businesses.
She is married, lives in Munich and spends most leisure hours with her four year old daughter.
works as a Junior Project Consultant and is a fixed member of tridot consulting.
She takes an interest in transformations linked to organization’s structural and cultural development while focusing on the people. Her ambition to implement sustainable change motivates her to find holistic solutions in co-creation with the client. In the course of this, she supports employees and leaders to implement and accept changes in the organization by jointly working out the target vision – the “why”.
Johanna completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology where she focused among other topics on work and organizational psychology and topics such as organizational development and leadership. During her studies she gathered practical experiences in the areas HR development and talent management as well as change.
At tridot she is responsible for customer management and is the contact person for initial requests. Furthermore, she contributes to projects and takes care of the social media presence.
is an established part of tridot consulting as a working student.
Sina’s interests lie in the various areas of human resource management, in particular human resource planning and leadership, as well as all transformation topics, especially the topic of “New Work”.
Sina is particularly motivated to better understand interaction patterns, both in teams, projects and in entire organizations. She places a specific focus here on the intercultural dimension. Diagnosing and dealing with (inter-) cultural differences is an important topic for almost all tridot clients and one of the focal points of their consulting work. Like many others of Generation Z, Sina is also concerned with the topic of sustainability and, in the consulting context, how a sustainability strategy can be well translated into HR topics.
Sina is studying Business Administration with a specialization in “Human Resources and Organization” and Marketing. She also spent a year in Spain as part of the Erasmus program, which further strengthened her interest in different cultures and languages.
She supports tridot in the pre- and post-processing of projects, the cooperation with customers as well as the handling of organizational processes.
With her expertise and experience in Learning Experience Design, she designs learning and development processes that aim to have a lasting impact. She accompanies executives and teams as a coach, trainer and learning supporter. In doing so, she draws on 20 years of experience as a consultant as well as an executive in corporates and medium-sized companies.
Her clients appreciate her pragmatism, her clarity and results orientation, and the dashes of humor she likes to sprinkle in.
Petra is married, has 2 daughters and lives in Berlin. In addition to her work as a consultant, she is a Grinberg practitioner.
In addition to his consulting activities, Ulrich works as an advisor and coach to managers in challenging change and decision-making situations. Furthermore, Ulrich is co-director of the organizational consulting training area and part of the coaching teaching team at the Hephaistos Coaching Institute, Munich. There he lives his fascination for systems theory, organizational and leadership psychology, and group dynamics. Ulrich lives in Darmstadt and is the father of an adorable, lively daughter.
Based on her 25 Years of experience in people- and organizational development in different multinational industry companies with “Graswurzelinitiativen in Unternehmen” (Vahlen Verlag). she published 2020 together with Alexander Kluge a widely recognized compilation of grassroot transformation activities in traditional. In addition to their numerous publications in books and magazines on transformation they run a well regarded podcast called "Kluges aus der Mitte" focusing on mobilizing the powers in the middle of organizations.
Before becoming a self-employed consultant, she held a management position in an international organization and worked in large consulting firms. The focus of her work is on facilitating sustainable change processes. She emphasizes a thorough understanding of the patterns and dynamics that prevent the desired change in order to co-create effective interventions with her clients based on this understanding. In doing so, she remains calm even in acute situations, taking an intuitive, mindful and direct approach, eclectically drawing on her broad theoretical and practical background.
Britta is married, has two sons, lives in Munich and loves spending time outdoors in nature, with inner development, yoga and meditation.
For organizations ranging from large corporations to startups and the public sector, she develops customer-oriented (learning) formats in order to effectively support change processes – often times towards more agility and self-organization. Her positive basic attitude and her empathetic demeanor help to use "friendly impositions" in a goal-oriented manner. She loves to work result-oriented on eye-level with her customers and supports big and small changes that lead to more courage, clarity, motivation, and joy in work for her customers.
Christine is married, lives in Berlin, loves fine arts and yoga, and enjoys spending time outdoors with her two girls.
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