Speaking

Sharing experience, ideas and inspiring others is always a privilege. This is why delivering speeches or guest lectures is always a joy where I learn as much from the audience as they do from me.

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Here are a few recent examples to give you an insight to the topics and the feedback from the participants:

Speaker at Europe’s largest women conference & job fair “Women & Work” (www.womenandwork.de)

Turning Stress into Success on 28 April 2018. Frankfurt. 50+ participants. (related publication)

 

Speaker at various LeadTogether forums (www.leadtogether.eu)

“A really interactive virtual session with excellent content and relevant tips on how to turn stress to something positive. It was inspirational!”

“Practical insights on cultural dimensions and their relation to business. We had an opportunities to participant, ask questions and enjoy a great e-event organisation!”

   – Quotes from participants

Speaker at the Corporate Research Forum Conference on Engagement
Munchen, Germany, on 21 November 2016, 110+ participants
(downloadable presentation)

“Great to see theory in practice and being consulted on what needs to be improved on. Verena and Margit did a great job!”

–  Participant

 

Speaker at the ‘HR Vision 2016 Conference’ 
Berlin, Germany, Engagement Track on “In quest for engaged people in the midst of change” on 19 September 2016, 40+ participants

“Great, engaging presentation with a real personal touch – a memorable story and message we will remember!”

– Participant

 

Speaker at the ‘Leading Change – Reaching Our Full Potential’ conference 

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Diversity in Leadership, Hotelschool The Hague Industry Day, 2 June 2016. Group discussion, 120+ participants

2016 06 02 The Netherlands Amsterdam - Speech at the Leading Change conference

“I was so accustomed to the mentality that women are in an unequal position, therefore organization has to “offer special treatment” to lift them up. Today I get inspired by Margit that women themselves also need to speak up, team up, stand up for themselves. In summary, women’s intrinsic motives are the main force will drive our world change.”

– Rui Luo, Participant

 

Speaker at the Annual International Women in Leadership Conference

Prague, Czech Republic, 18-19 February 2016. 30 participants. (event link2016 02 18 Czech Republic Prague - speaking at the Women in Leadership conference)

“Thank you for honouring us and joining our event as a speaker, and for a great presentation on ‘Be the leader you want to be… without borders”. Our delegates rated your session excellent, and we are looking forward to inviting you to present at our future events!”

– John Williams, Project Director

 

 

Guest lecturer at the Hotelschool The Hague

The Hague, the Netherlands. 10 June 2014. Change management. 25 2014 06 The Netherlands The Hague - 11 My lecture to the studentsparticipants.

“Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to travel to the Hague and deliver this session. […] The students found the session extremely worthwhile and in particular hearing about your approach that integrates the people side with the process side of change. Overall, it was a great success and I want to thank you for contributing to the development of these future leaders.”

– Dr Judy Lundy, Lecturer, Management and Change, Hotelschool The Hague

 

Speaker at the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Global Conference

SAMSUNGOrlando, Florida, the USA. 31 March-2 April 2014. Cultural Transformation. 100+participants. 

http://www.acmpglobal.org/page/2014Speaker_Takacs

“On behalf of the ACMP Board of Directors and all our members, thank you for being a speaker at Change Management 2014. I want you to know how much you are appreciated for being part of this community and helping us advance the discipline of change management. ”

– Donna Brighton, President, ACMP

 

Guest lecturer at the University of St Gallen

  • St Gallen, Switzerland, 25 November 2015. Change leadership and energy management. 25 participants.
  • St Gallen, Switzerland. 30 October 2014.  Change leadership and energy management. 25 participants.

2014 10 Switzerland St Gallen - visit - 02 Gitti in action

“Thank you very much for joining us and delivering a fantastic session with your colleague. The feedback has been extremely positive as your energetic approach was exciting and engaging. One participant said that “I enjoyed your training, because you presented with high energy and passion and kept us active on one hand with fun, but also provided very interesting content.””

– Thorsten Klein, MBA Program Director, University of St Gallen

 

Keynote speaker at the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Europe Conference

London, England. 1-3 October 2013. Cultural Transformation. 250+ participants.2013 10 (01) England London - my key note speech

“Margit won the top place in the ACMP international speaker selection process involving over 50 applications from expert change management practitioners from around the world. In recognition of the quality of her submission, Margit was given the opportunity to address the entire conference of over 250 delegates in a keynote address on the first day of the event. […] When Margit took the stage we all witnessed a very exceptional and passionate explanation of her topic, the cultural transformation of her organisation.  The entire conference was enchanted and inspired by Margit’s telling of the story and the challenges overcome. The positive feedback on Margit’s session has been astonishing.  It is no small task to stand up in front of such an international audience. Margit took it in her stride with content that set a very positive tone for the rest of our conference. ”

– Ken Thomas, Managing Director, CMC Partnership (Conference Host)

 

If you would like to have Margit speak at one of your events or conferences, please leave a message on the Contact Me page.

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