PWN Vienna - March General Meeting

12 March 2018 18:00 - 21:30 Hilton Hotel

 How to better unlock your authentic leadership potential

"Great leaders don't set out to be a leader, they set out to make a difference". During our General Meeting in March, we will hold a panel discussion on different aspects of leadership. Check out the interesting and diverse profile of our panelists, and join us on this discussion!

Gerd Gerken predicted in his book "Management by Love" in the 1990 s that more spirituality will have to come into our business lives. He explained, "developing people along  their talents will be the main task of a manager!"  To lead people, teams of people on eye level, and to let them lead you as seemingly, will become the common leadership style. Authenticity will be key.


Our panelists:





Daniela Razocher

Founder of Bodies at Work

In 2011, Daniela started to work with clients in the field of body-awareness and attention. In the last couple of years, her work has transformed from a general bodywork practice into body-based awareness coaching with the main focus on the professional world. Her wish is to bringing a more holistic aspect and the idea of embodiment to the professional world by supporting people in finding their individual and self-empowered way to a healthy and successful work life


Florian Schönwiese

 Founder of the Pratobello Method, Speaker, Musician and Leadership Expert

  Florian Schönwiese spent years as a violinist, especially a chamber and an orchestra musician. Internationally successful before facing new challenges in administration and  Management. For several years he has been successfully combining both "worlds" (music and business) in order to be successful. Companies and organizations about the development of Executives take team performance and innovation to an even higher level. He brings his experience and knowledge from his work in the  Orchestra and with the most successful conductors - especially Nikolaus Harnoncourt, but also Gustavo Dudamel, Paavo Järvi, Sir Colin Davies, Daniel Harding and many more. - to work with the executives.


Nadina Gradascevic

Leadership & Business Development Consultant

 She accompanies international leaders, managers, and teams on their way to success. Together with her team, they identify talents, potentials, and opportunities, work out effective strategies and implement the acquired competencies. Her international and intercultural life experience and know-how as a management consultant, institutional sales & product manager, specialist trainer and capital market expert were acquired in Europe and in the USA. Her inner strength as a leader was found in the reflection of the horse.

Panel Four

 Sebastian Prantl

 Artistic Director of the International ChoreoLab Austria - ICLA

 He holds several federal and European art awards. His teaching methodology has been introduced in various dance institutions all over the world.  Since 2009, he is the Artistic Director of the International ChoreoLab Austria - ICLA, first in cooperation with the Danube University Krems and later with SEB at the Art- & Nature Sanctuary of St. Margarethen, Bgld. This transdisciplinary project aims at providing postgraduate education in choreography as an enhanced interpretation - combining dance, theoretical discourse, and manifold site-specific training.  His solo/duo formats together with Cecilia Li remain the pivot point for international projects and co-operations.


Facilitator for the event

 Gisela Ebermayer-Minich

Founder of Emg-Cloud Consulting, former Manager, and leader of international projects within corporate organizations



  We look forward to seeing you there,

Gisel Ebermayer Minich 

PWN Vienna Co-President




Event details

Hilton Hotel
Hilton Hotel
am Stadtpark 1,
1030, Vienna
Member price
€0 per attendee
Non-member price
€15 per attendee
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12 March 2018
PWN Vienna - March General Meeting
18:00 - 19:00 Registration and Networking
19:00 - 21:30 Program/Panel Discussion

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