Iris Teicher has twenty years of management and leadership experience in German higher education at the interface between science, administration and business. She holds a degree in administration and an MA in career counselling and organisational development (University of Heidelberg, Germany). In addition, she is an advanced scientific trainer, certified with a focus on the application of system-theoretically informed neuropsychology in learning and development. Today she works as a systemic coach in career counselling and as a trainer for personnel and organisational development. She likes to inspire, shape and accompany change processes.
Iris offers extensive experience in personnel and organisational development and is part of development programmes for executives with future skills for leadership and management work in an increasingly complex world.
In projects, she promotes agile working methods and structures and accompanies processes of New Work / New Normal, digital transformation, innovation and learning cultures for different target groups.
Collegially led teams, modern stakeholder management and cooperation with various internal and external actors (also cross-functional teams) play an important role for organisations that see themselves as ecosystems. Supporting the stronger networking of society, science and business contributes to sustainable economic growth.
For Iris, effective leadership and efficient management are of great importance in managing the complex dynamics of transformation and change in organisations.
The question of how the role of HR is seen in the face of demographic and digital change and whether training and further education as well as organisational development are designed in a sustainable manner will have a significant impact on the competitiveness of organisations on the market. She is an alumna of the 2016 Higher Education Expert Program of the German-American Fulbright Commission in Atlanta, USA.