gdi-consulting‘s 2013 panel: female managers in Austria on career ambitions - obstacles - quota
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11.11.2013
Susanne Schwanzer
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March-08-2014: Self Positioning-Workshop for Women ready to take the next Career Step

A Workshop for women, who are planning their career self dependent and well-directed. For women who need strategic tools and „how-to-dos“ for their job. Who like to manage how other people see them. Who want to further develop their strengths – and eliminate personal career “killers”. Over half of the women who work in managing positions want to ascend towards higher positions. This clear result comes from an online survey, which gdi-consulting conducted among 149 female managers in Austria in […]

17.06.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

June-24-2013: Keynote on Intercultural Competences for Coaches

In her keynote in Salzburg, gdi-consultant and trainer, Gabriele Strodl-Sollak, MA, illustrates how coaches can develop and apply intercultural competences and how coaches and coachees can benefit from them. The event will be organized by the local chapter of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) in Austria.  

05.06.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Gender Toolkit for Computer Sciences, 2011

The booklet presents didactic approaches a n d  specific settings for lectures. E.g. programming lessons who do not only apply for those who are used to learn by trial-and-error and to teach themselves. But also for students without existing knowledge in programing and different needs. The booklet contains material for single lessons on the history of women in engineering as well as lessons on their marginalization until today. And many tipps and examples e.g. for problem based learning in computer […]

05.06.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Guideline Gender Mainstreaming, 2000

Written by gdi-consultant Susanne Schwanzer in 2000 – being at that time the first Austrian guideline to introduce the strategy of GM. The booklet explains the origin, overall goals and targets of GM strategy briefly and in an easily readable way. It presents core methods and step-by-step tools, illustrates fields of action and good practice of implementation from different countries. Published by the women’s office from the municipality of Vienna. So far available onl in German. For further informations, please […]

05.06.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

gdi panel 2013: Majority of Female Managers in Austria willing to make Career – 3 main Obstacles – 4 of 5 pro-Quota

gdi-consulting, an experts‘ consultinggroup focussing on gender, diversity and inclusion – conducted an online panel including 149 women in Austria. More than half of them claims to be career-oriented. Company-intern boundaries prevent them from pursuing their careerpaths straightly. 82,3% of those who took part are in favour of quota for women. Although only 10% believe to benefit personally if a compulsary quota is introduced. 57.7% of female managers in Austria aspire a higher position in the future – be it […]

06.05.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

May-6-2013: Keynote on integrating Diversity into Business Process Management in an Austrian Banking Group by tailored Diversity Trainings for the distribution and sales staff

As a part of the 3rd Viennese week of Integration the Viennese Chamber of Economy invited to its “Diversity day” on 6th of may 2013. Gabriele Strodl-Sollak opened the Best-Practice-Session, presenting a case study from Erste Bank Austria, which illustrated how Erste Bank put into practice the diversity management within its corporate business processes. gdi-consultant Gabriele Strodl-Sollak consulted and supported them – one main result: tailored diversity trainings for Erste Bank’s distribution and sales staff which Strodl-Sollak developped and conducted […]

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23.04.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Case study: Lowering (not only female) Drop out in Computer Sciences, 2008-2011

GEMIS – Gender Mainstreaming in Computer Sciences Details and background related with female drop out in computer sciences can be find here in a resumé on the GEMIS-project, written by Susanne Schwanzer, published in Zeitschrift Soziale Technik, 4/2010. One practical outcome of the project was the Gender Toolkit for lectors in computer sciences (so far available only in German). The paper of the project’s total outcomes at the EdiNEB-conference in London 2011 won the best paper award. Project Goals: 1. […]

23.04.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Case study: Gender Mainstreaming – Awareness raising, Know How-Transfer, Development & Implementation of Strategies & Projects.Workshops & Seminars, 2000-2007

gdi-consultant,  Susanne Schwanzer, who also wrote the first Austrian “guideline Gender Mainstreaming” in 2000, conducted 100s of workshops supporting the development & implementation of the strategy of gender mainstreaming in AU, Germany and GB. Workshop-Content Awareness raising and framework The strategy of GM – origin, approach, purpose, overall goals Methods & tools e.g. 4-R-method, 6-step-method, spiral process Gender budgeting Good practice across the EU Transfer: applying the knowledge & methods to develop specific action plans and measures – adjusted to […]

23.04.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Case Study: Intercultural Competence for Sales Staff in Austrian Branch Banks, 2012

1.6 Mio. people with migration background are currently living in Austria, which means an average of about 20% of the population – even 30% in Vienna. These neo-Austrians were targeted by the board of a Vienna based international bank group: How can the bank address them successfully in order to win them over as new customers? Tasks & Challenges Create an atmosphere, based on respect, courtesy and customer-orientation – towards Neo-Austrians with migration background. This being the base to finally […]

23.04.2013
Susanne Schwanzer

Oct-11-2013: Self-positioning Workshop for Women ready to take the next career step

Workshop for women, who are planning their career self dependent and well-directed. For women who need strategic tools and „how-to-dos“ for their job. Who like to manage how other people see them. Who want to further develop their strengths – and who want to eliminate personal career “killers”. Over half of the women who work in managing positions want to ascend towards higher positions. This clear result comes from an online survey, which gdi-consulting conducted among 149 female managers in […]