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External Trainers & Coaches

To offer you events of the highest quality, we work together with many professional external trainers and coaches. All of them are proven experts in their fields and have many years of training and consulting experience.

A selection of trainers and coaches in our network:

Dr. Alexandra Diethert

is a speaker for personnel development at the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft since 2013 and possesses several years of experience as a self-employed trainer and consultant. After studying psychology, she completed her doctorate at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management, where she led trainings on teaching, team and leadership.

Dr. Sandra Diller

is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Psychology at the Private University of Schloss Seeburg and a research partner at the Institute of Coaching, Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on leadership and leadership development, social interactions within organizations (especially in the field of personnel development), as well as the role of mindfulness in the organizational context. She is a certified coach (University of Salzburg), trainer in social competencies (LMU Munich), and mentor (LMU Center of Leadership and People Management). Since 2011, she has been active as a coach and trainer.

Dr. Stefan Dörr

is a partner of A47-Consulting since 1999. His expertise includes corporate development, management diagnostics and personnel development. He studied psychology at LMU München and received his doctor's degree for his work on power strategies and transformational leadership. He advises business and non-profit organizations on management development and conducts research on motivation and leadership.

Dr. Silke Astrid Eisenbeiss

has a doctorate in psychology and is an external trainer at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management. From 2020 to 2022 she worked as an employee at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management in the area of human resources development. After studying business and organizational psychology, she did her doctorate on leadership and innovation at the University of Konstanz and at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her focus is on mindfulness, leadership and creativity. She is a freelance mindfulness trainer for organisations/companies and individuals.

Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer

holds the chair of Work, Organisational, Social and Economic Psychology at Universität Regensburg. His research encompasses the practical application of basic empirical findings to organizational and economic processes such as leadership, innovation, and organizational change.


Dr. Martin P. Fladerer

is a research associate in a DFG-funded research project at the Chair of Research and Science Management at TUM. He studied psychology at the University of Bielefeld and the LMU. His research focus is identity in the leadership process. In addition to his work at LMU, Martin Fladerer is active as a systemic consultant and team developer for target groups from science, sports, and business.

Dr. Susanne Gaube

is an Assistant Professor in Digital Health Technologies at University College London (UCL). From 2021 to 2023, she worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher and Co-Project Leader at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management on the research project "Human-AI-Interaction in Healthcare." Her research focuses on enhancing the understanding and optimization of factors influencing human-technology interaction in healthcare.

Dr. Sabine Hammer

is a certified neuro-systemic coach and university didactician. She received her PhD in mathematics didactics in the field of empirical educational research at the LMU, was a postdoc at the TUM, and has been working as a teaching and learning coach at Munich University of Applied Sciences since 2017. There, she advises and coaches professors on the didactic design of their teaching and coaches students regarding their personal development needs. She also accompanies people in their professional and personal change processes on a freelance basis.

Prof. Dr. Alexandra Hauser

is a scientist, trainer, and systemic business coach. Her research, training and consulting focus is on leadership and self-leadership. She studied psychology in Freiburg and received her PhD from the Center for Leadership and People Management in 2015. Subsequently, she took over the leadership of the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program at LMU. Since 2019, she has been working at the TUM School of Management in the area of executive education, as well as continuing to be active as a coach and trainer.

Elke Heublein

has been accompanying diversity-conscious learning and change processes of individuals, teams and organizations in the form of coaching, training and consulting since 2004. She also gives talks and has published various articles and manuals. In her work, she supports people in dealing respectfully with themselves as well as with their fellow human beings. She helps organizations to promote structures within which fair cooperation can be realized.
Focus of her work: personal development, leadership & collaboration, learning & teaching with a diversity focus.


Prof. Dr. Karl-Walter Jauch

has been full-time Medical Director at the University Hospital in Munich since 2013. After studying human medicine at the Albrecht Ludwig University in Freiburg, he worked as a surgeon in both medical and scientific fields until he was appointed Director of the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery in Regensburg in 1996. In 2002, he moved to the University Hospital in Munich as Director of the Surgical Clinic there, which he headed until 2013.

Prof. Dr. Simone Kaminski

is a graduate psychologist and received her doctorate in 2008 from the Chair of Social Psychology at LMU Munich. Since October 2015, she has been professor of psychology at the University of Applied Sciences Munich. Previously, she worked as a project manager within the framework of the Teaching Quality Pact ("Lehre@LMU") at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management and worked in human resources development for a large facility management company. Since 2007, she is also working as a freelance trainer, consultant, and business coach.

Dr. Monika Kraemer

works and researches mainly in the fields of intercultural learning, expatriate communities and expatriate assignments after several research and teaching stays abroad. She is also an adjunct lecturer at the Institute for Intercultural Communication at LMU. She is certified as a trainer and coach.

Dr. Sonja Kugler

is Learning & Development Expert at the TUM Institute for Life Long Learning at the Technical University Munich. During her PhD she researched personal resources in the workplace. She works part-time as a certified trainer and systemic consultant, for example in the fields of positive psychology, mental health and communication.

Prof. Dr. Irmgard Mausz

is Professor of Business Psychology at the International School of Management Munich. She is also active as a trainer and coach. Her research focuses on topics such as career development and well-being in the workplace. Her training focuses on leadership, self-management, positive psychology and job applications.


Dr. Ryoko Mehnert

is chief resident for prenatal medicine at the LMU University Hospital, as well as mentoring commissioner at the LMU Women's Hospital. As a trained systemic coach, she supports women in particular in professional or private challenging situations or decisions to find their way and to develop a solution that is right for them. She attaches particular importance to clarity, balance and trust. She appreciates intercultural cooperation and has worked at universities in Germany and abroad, including Hamburg, Cordoba, Bordeaux, Guadeloupe, Buenos Aires and Accra. Her passions include traveling through Asia, South and Central America, and the Middle East.
She is also an enthusiastic martial artist and kickboxing vice world champion in the amateur area of the WKU (2017, 2018).

Heidi Möhwald

is a graduate psychologist and heads the training center of Sixt GmbH und Co.KG. She has many years of experience as a sales manager and key account manager in leading national and international companies. Since 2001 she has been training managers in the areas of change management, customer relations and negotiation skills, among others. She is a certified DISC trainer.

Dr. Janina Mundt

has been working in a start-up since 2018 and develops digital tools for the implementation of learning and change processes in organizations. After studying psychology, she worked for many years at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management and completed her doctorate there in 2017. Her research and training focuses on the topics of teaching, learning and leadership. She also works as a freelance trainer and consultant.

Dr. Tanja Nazlic

is a graduate psychologist, certified trainer, mediator, and coach and, after several years of professional and management experience, has been working independently in the consulting firm room4development since 2008. She is active as a personnel, team, and organizational developer in the subject area of leadership and communication as well as career and development.

Helmut Rez

is a coach, trainer and consultant for personnel development, organizational communication, and intercultural management. He looks back on various teaching and research stays in Germany and abroad and has published many articles a.o. on the development and application of communication psychology tools for inter- and intracultural learning.


Dr. Marion Schmidt-Huber

is a graduate psychologist, business economist (BA) and professional business coach. She was a long-time staff member at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management. She works as a consultant, coach, and trainer at A47 Consulting in the field of management diagnostics, personnel and competence development as well as leadership development.

Annegret Schreiber

is an employee and business coach as well as an alternative practitioner for psychotherapy. Additionally, she holds a managerial position within the finance department of a medium-sized company located in Munich. Within her coaching practice, she employs a systemic consulting approach, aiding individuals in discovering purpose and assuming personal accountability. By fostering self-recognition and trust in one's own capabilities, she enables the broadening of the spectrum of solutions for both personal and professional choices. Her focus is on the development of leadership skills, career orientation, communication, self-care and self-esteem.

Prof. Dr. Bettina Schreyögg

is a graduate psychologist, communication trainer and management coach. She is a university lecturer for communication and coaching at the University of Applied Sciences Appollon and researches counseling communication, emotions and self-regulation as well as staff retention. For 20 years she has specialized as a consultant and lecturer in the areas of communication, leadership, personnel selection and professional development and has worked for many years in responsible HR positions at universities with a focus on personnel development and academic careers.

Joana Thielen

is a freelance business psychology consultant and trainer at Dr. Nazlic Coaching & Training. Since 2016, she has been working in the field of human resources, intercultural personnel development, conception & implementation of seminars and lectures, in psychological counseling of children and adolescents in crisis situations, and as a lecturer and seminar facilitator in the field of psychology. As a trainer, her focus is always on people, their interests and needs, and the dynamic implementation of change processes.
The focal points of her work are: Teamwork, Communication and Conflict Management, Intercultural Diversity, Dealing with Stress and Stressful Situations, Positive Psychology & the Management of Change Processes.

Monika Wastian

is the director of the Institute of Organisational Psychology ( and lecturer for coaching at the LMU Munich and other universities, lives and works in Munich and Glasgow. As a psychologist (MSc), certified coach, coaching instructor and trainer, she specialises in science-based coaching, project coaching and psychotherapy (German HPG) for international executives, top managers, researchers and scientists, project managers and coaches. Her coaching and consulting focus is strategy-, project-, change- and career-related topics such as: Transformational leadership and effective communication; influence and impact in project collaborations, steering committees, boards etc.; building trust, reputation and strategic alliances; empowering individual and organisational change; strategy development and positioning for organisations, departments, institutes; individual career strategies & positioning: identify and show your unique strengths, make your "star shine", find what makes you happy and realise your ambitions; well-being and self-management. She coaches in German and English.


Oliver Watzal

is a teaching systemic consultant, coach, therapist, supervisor and mediator as well as a certified transactional analyst and has been self-employed since 2004.
In his Munich practice, he supports clients, managers and teams in activating resources, developing personalities, overcoming conflicts and crises and thus mastering professional, emotional and private challenges in a solution-oriented manner, with an appreciative attitude towards oneself and others.
In his institute STIP he trains systemic and science-based coaching and works as a trainer, lecturer and team developer for various universities, federal authorities, organizations, companies and institutions.
His focus is on leadership, health, conflicts and crises, and professional individuation (balancing one's own self, role, and career).

Dr. Lisa Weihrauch

has a doctorate in psychology and was a research associate at the LMU Center for Leadership and People Management for many years. As a business networking coach, agile learning coach and trainer, her focus is on teaching skills in the areas of networking, time and self-management and learning. In her research she dealt with motivational factors of network behavior.

Prof. Dr. Brigitte Winkler

is a business psychologist and has received certifications as a senior coach and supervisor as well as in the field of aptitude diagnostics and organizational development. She is managing partner of A47 Consulting and works for international companies, clinics, non-profit organizations, and universities. She is co-editor of OrganisationsEntwicklung, the leading journal for change management.

In addition, our network consists of further LMU-internal cooperation partners.

Are you an experienced trainer or coach, who has already implemented projects in a university context and is interested in a cooperation? Please send us your informative trainer or consultant profile at