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3 Faculties. 11 schools. 150 courses.

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Our Academy offers partners, talents and employees a comprehensive framework program to enable them in the best possible way on their path of personal and professional development. Engage in knowledge exchange and take the opportunity to immerse yourself in new subject areas.

Faculty Personality

Personal development is the basis for action and interaction. That is why the Faculty Personality stands for all important aspects that drive you forward in personal development. In doing so, it offers a wide range of courses for the development of character and the expansion of individual skills, whether in rhetorical or communication skills or in organizational skills. The individual schools of the Faculty focus on the promotion and demand of personal strengths, social competencies and soft skills.

School I Personal Excellence

Reliable teams need excellent individuals. The School of Personal Excellence focuses on the skills each individual needs to achieve personal excellence as a human being.

  • Personal Excellence
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Decision Improvement
  • Presentation Skills
  • Time Management
  • Rhetoric
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School II Social Interactions

Communication is key and must be practiced. How to behave appropriately in any social interaction situation and how to communicate properly is the focus of the School of Social Interactions.

  • Communication Skills
  • Conflict Management
  • Negotiation Theory
  • Responsibility
  • Teamwork
  • Trust
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School III Leadership

What does leadership of an equal group of people mean? What makes a good leader? The focus of the School of Leadership is on the skills needed to empower others.

  • Leadership
  • Management and Values
  • Mentoring
  • Management by Objectives and Assessment
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Selected Trainers | Faculty Personality

Frank Lichtenberg

“The best possible employee empowerment has always been a personal concern of mine. In this sense, I have also fundamentally anchored this topic at INVENSITY. The INVENSITY ACADEMY now carries out this mission excellently for our employees and our external partners from industry and science. To this end, I am very happy to contribute my experience from the venture capital and start-up business, from technology consulting, and from the training and continuing education of INVENSITY’s management team, among others. Here, my focus is on the areas of leadership and entrepreneurship.”

Daniel Pfeifer
Head of INVENSITY Academy

“My motivation for knowledge sharing and empowering others has long been part of my personal vision and mission, and an integral part of my personal life and sport. Therefore, I have already held, adapted and redeveloped numerous trainings for internal employees, students and customers since I started at INVENSITY. For me, training is a means of enabling participants to achieve their goals in the best possible way. For this purpose, practical relevance is essential to ensure actual applicability and transfer to real-life situations and challenges. This is especially true for the planned contents in the area of personal development, because these have the potential to influence all areas of life positively and sustainably. In addition to the high degree of practical relevance through exercises and case studies, I use my personal wealth of experience, as do most INVENSITY trainers: my experience as a consultant, head of the INVENSITY ACADEMY, mentor, business developer and disciplinary officer.”

Stefan Marquart
M&A Expert & Associate Manager

“As the office manager of the INVENSITY location in Hamburg, I am used to the daily and intensive interaction with our employees and customers. It is not uncommon for me to fall back on the methods of the trainings I hold in order to be able to meet the requirements of my position to the best extent possible. Such a diverse methodology also enables me to excel in the context of national and international conferences, lectures and panel discussions and to convince my counterpart of the respective topic. Equally important to me in my trainings is the empowerment of the individual participating characters. Questions can be addressed directly to me at any time, which creates a productive and extremely pleasant working atmosphere. Here, the agenda always provides the framework to address all questions and supplement them with examples from practice.”

Nils Berger
Head of Mentoring Committee & Senior Consultant

“My passion to support others is reflected in all my activities and successes. My aspiration is to encourage questioning of content and oneself, thereby enabling one’s own and deep understanding. For me, people come first. That is why I help colleagues and friends to reflect on themselves and to discover how they can shape their environment and their activities in a healthy and fulfilling way. As a trainer and coach, I understand the most important requirement to motivate and stimulate. That’s why my trainings and lectures involve the audience and dynamically adapt to the needs and interest of the participants.”

Carsten Landgraf
Consultant & Member of Mentoring Committee

“For me as a trainer, the exchange and open discussion with the participants is particularly important. The exchange enables the stimulation of the thought process, creates spaces for discussion and leads to insights. I benefit from both my experience in the technical field (safety management) and my knowledge of leadership, mentoring and personal skills. Thus, theory and practice flow into my trainings. In this context, it is important for me to be flexible and not to follow a rigid template, but moreover to use freedom and to respond individually to the participants in order to provide them with the best possible insight process.”

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Faculty Business & Management

Organization, management and project planning are essential components that play an important role in companies, in business and in consulting. The Faculty Business & Management pushes the skills needed for process and project planning and offers courses ranging from company competencies to process and quality management.

School I Company Competencies

Human relations, finance and communication are important issues in a corporate environment.

  • Recruiting I & II
  • Contract Law
  • Personal Law
  • Systemic Coaching
  • Train the Trainer
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School II Business Development & Consulting

Business Development and Consulting are the two main methodological areas of INVENSITY. The School of Business Development & Consulting focuses on these areas and provides the skills needed in this part.

  • Business Development
  • Problem Analysis
  • Problem Management
  • Strategic Management
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School III Project Management

The School of Project Management focuses on the skills needed to organize, structure and manage client, internal or personal projects.

  • Agile Project Management with SCRUM
  • Applied Project Management with MS Project
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School IV Process & Quality Management

Making processes and designs as smooth and consistent as possible and the skills needed to do so are the focus of the School of Process & Quality Management.

  • Automotive SPICE
  • Lean Management
  • Process Management
  • Quality Management
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Selected Trainers | Faculty Business & Management

Nadine Bey
Project Management Expert & Senior Consultant

“I am driven by the desire to create continuous improvement. Be it a process, a product or the situation of an individual. I believe that there is always a better way. The scientist and visionary in me will always want to find this out, whereas the project manager and rational part in me will first weigh up the corresponding benefits and effort in this respect. In order to improve something, one must first develop one’s own abilities. Focus on your strengths and tackle the things where you have the most leverage. I want to help other people do just that – recognize their strengths and potential, become aware of their skills and abilities, and develop themselves. My goal is to empower these people to achieve their own goals and in turn contribute to improvement. In addition to professional expertise, soft-skill competencies are, in my opinion, essential to be successful in this endeavor – because if an idea, no matter how good, is not communicated appropriately, it remains just an idea.”

Roberto Guevara
Organizational Change Expert & Senior Consultant

“It has always been a passion of mine not only to expand my own knowledge, but also to pass on knowledge to others. This is exactly what I set out to do as a trainer, because when you share your successes and setbacks, others have the opportunity to use these experiences to their advantage.

In a training, I personally prefer the interactive way of presenting, so that the audience can identify with the content conveyed. Methods and content I address in my trainings vary from a mix of self-optimization basics to applied theories and a forecast for their future.

Change starts within ourselves. Our trainings help you identify why, how and what needs change and we support you in making a change in yourself and then in others.”

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Faculty Technology

New technologies and innovations are a big part of INVENSITY. In the Faculty Technology, the focus is therefore on passing on technical knowledge and skills. This includes training in specific development tools from the field of engineering, but also legal norms and standards in special fields of application. This knowledge is fed by the expertise of the Centers of Excellence and the INVENSITY Technology Hub (ITH) and is focused and empowered in areas such as Software Enigneering, Systems Engineering, Safety & Security and Innovation & New Technologies.

School I Innovation & New Technologies

How do you come up with new innovations and how can you manage the innovation process? The School of Innovation & New Technologies focuses on these questions and offers solutions for understanding new technologies.

  • Artificial Intelligence I
  • Design Thinking
  • Innovation Management
  • Service Design
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School II Software Engineering

The development of new software, the organization and modeling of data structures, and the management of software systems are the focus of the School of Software Engineering.

  • Software Architecture
  • Software Engineering
  • Softwaretest
  • Testing
  • V-Modell XT I
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School III Systems Engineering

The design, integration, and management of complex systems throughout their life cycle are key competencies for systems engineering, so the School of Systems Engineering focuses on knowledge exchange in this area.

  • Configuration Management
  • Control Engineering
  • Requirements Management
  • Systems Engineering
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School IV Safety & Security

The School of Safety & Security focuses on the skills needed to ensure IT security, functionality and safety of the complex.

  • IT-Security
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • IEC 61508
  • Safety Management
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Selected Trainers | Faculty Technology

Christian Friedrich
Head of Quality Management Department & Managing Consultant

“In my trainings, passion is the key to success in order to anchor knowledge in a sustainable and livable way. In addition to the pure imparting of knowledge, I want to awaken this passion and enthusiasm in the participants, which I also feel. In order to bring the participant along, my trainings have a very high interactive and practical part, in order to involve each participant in the topic of my training. Incorporating the participants’ prior knowledge and experience into the knowledge transfer is helpful and, with the shared exchange in the discussion of the results, helps to level the knowledge and share different perspectives across all groups. ”

Christian Schubert
Testing Expert & Senior Consultant

“I consider the practical relevance of a training course to be particularly important for ensuring learning success. An experienced trainer who uses the subject matter on a daily basis can pass it on in an authentic and targeted manner. On the other hand, I see interactivity in a training as a second important component to increase the learning success. In my training courses, I therefore place great emphasis on exercises and simulations in which the participants can directly apply the theory taught. Extensive feedback rounds help to correctly classify and consolidate the implemented learning content.”

Volker Lippitz
Executive Board Member & Managing Consultant

“All the trainings I develop offer a balanced mix of theory and practice. As a professor’s son, I feel connected to scientific practice and it is important to me that my content is sound. Since we as a company are not only consulting, but also directly involved in the implementation, the knowledge we acquire is not only pure theory, but also practice-proven. Thus, the applicability of this knowledge is also at the same time the focus of the training. I use a varied portfolio of delivery techniques to achieve the learning objective at hand and give each training session something special that stays in the memory.”

Fabian Ziegler
Senior Business Consultant

“Holding training sessions in front of an audience of strangers is a challenge for me that challenges me anew each time and is a joy in a different way each time: No auditorium is the same; it’s always a matter of adapting to the audience, their goals and their interests. I like to let the participants be creative themselves, sometimes I use absurd and crazy case studies to force them to think “out-of-the-box” (physicists…) I am happy about stimulating discussions and “uncomfortable” participants. That’s exactly what makes it never boring and in the end I learn something new myself every time.”

Sascha Hackmann
Head of Safety Management & Senior Consultant

“I have always been fascinated by physics and the ability to recognize, understand and explain physical phenomena. For me, it has always been amazing that it takes much more time to grasp a complex context than to be able to reproduce it later and explain it in a comprehensible way. In technology consulting, I want to pass on the expert knowledge that I have acquired over a long period of time as efficiently as possible, whether to customers or to our employees. In the trainings, it is therefore important to me to convey the knowledge about contexts, models and methods in the best possible way. I design the trainings interactively, whether through spontaneous lectures or through the joint development of models. In this way, I want to show the training participants that the newly learned knowledge can be applied and the meaning behind why they should learn something specific.”

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Academy Trainer

Benefit from our experienced trainers! Over many years, our trainers have proven themselves to be experts in their personal field. Their expertise and experience is constantly increasing and grows with each project and cross-industry activity. Through our Centers of Competence and the INVENSITY Innovation Center, the structure and expertise of our trainers is formed. In cooperation with the Academy, they jointly develop professional trainings and constantly expand them. New approaches are discussed, evaluated, integrated and incorporated into – perhaps already existing – trainings.