Partner of the CONTUR Network
Birgit Kohlrausch-Didinger was born in 1967 and currently lives in Hanover. She has been a freelance consultant, trainer and coach in the CONTUR GmbH network for many years.
After her training as a bank clerk, she studied business administration, psychology and law at the Universities of Marburg, Gießen and Hagen, graduating with a degree in business administration. She supplemented her university education with various training and continuing education courses: Integrated Management according to the St. Gallen Management Concept (University of St. Gallen), systemic interviewing and consulting. She is an accredited user for the personality inventory “TalentQ”, coach (DVCT), business coach and master coach, mediator (German Lawyers Academy, DAA) and has completed further training on the topics of high sensitivity, resilience and burnout prevention.
Her professional career began as a personnel consultant at national and international level for companies in various industries where she conducted potential analyses, individual consultations and workshops, working in executive search. A value-adding practical focus was and is always important to her. Therefore, she then deliberately gained management and leadership experience in strategic and operational areas in German medium-sized companies as well as in various DAX-30 companies. In 2011, Birgit Kohlrausch-Didinger fulfilled her long held dream of self-employment. She offers coaching, clarification support, mediation, workshops, training and assessment and development centers in the area of leadership development and consulting, strategy consulting with a focus on integrative human resources and organizational development, realignment of organizations and divisions, strategic thinking and strategic creativity and accompanies team development and change processes. Her work is highly individual, goal-oriented in terms of content, often deeply touching in human terms, and unusually open. In doing so, it is important to her to create awareness for the promoters and inhibitors of potential.
Birgit Kohlrausch-Didinger is living her great fascination for the complexity of human beings, but animals are also very close to her heart. She offers voluntary animal-assisted accompaniment for children with behavioral problems and is a trainer in tournament dog sports (athletics with dogs). She loves nature photography.