Hiltrud Drackert, MBA

Senior Consultant, Core Team Member, Biblis/Germany
"Crisis can be a productive state. You simply have to remove the overtone of catastrophe." Max Frisch
  • Conceptualization, structuring, and guidance through the processes of new business development or company transformations
  • Coaching or advisement on processes of change for individuals or within teams
  • Conflict counselling
  • Guidance through professional crises or the handling of life-crises in the workplace
  • Training in leadership style- and skill-development for managers and project leaders
  • Leadership and handling of teams during times of turbulence and transition
  • Supervision of personal and group collegial advisement activities  for management, project leaders, and in-house consultants

Languages: German
Educational Background
  • Certified Bank Clerk, Darmstadt Chamber of Industry and Commerce
  • Business studies at the University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt on the Main
  • Advanced Program in Coaching and Change Management, Janus GmbH, Munich
  • Advanced Program in Systemic Education, Institute for Systemic Consulting, Wiesloch (Dr. Bernd Schmitt)
  • Conversational Diagnostics and Psychological Communication Interventions, Institute for Scientific Teaching Methods (IWL), Seminar (Dr. Friedemann Schulz von Thun)
  • The Systemic Counselling of Teams at Scientific Institute for Consulting and Communication (Prof. Dr. Eckard König and Dr. Gerda Volmer)
  • Transactional Analysis, Schwarz and Partners
  • Moderation, Moderatio Seifert & Partners
Professional Background
  • 2012 Private firm established o.e. conexia – Organisationsentwicklung und Change Management (GbR)
  • 22 years of employment at a leading German bank, including: human resource development, management counselling, coaching and training, in-house advising, change management, project leadership of the change process, “Human Resources during Changes of Business Partnerships", project leadership of the change process, “Growing Together: Integration of the Commerzbank and Dresdner Bank Human Resource Divisions”