Romy Kranich-Stein

    Romy Kranich-Stein began her career at a national educational company in Hamburg where she worked for over 14 years, six of those in managerial positions (in HR as well as other departments). She has been working as a business coach and consultant since 2011. Her activities include lecturing and speaking on HR and communication topics, and in 2012, she was appointed coach in intercultural communication at the FU Berlin. Since 2015, she has been acting as the authorised process consultant for the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs’ project “unternehmenswert: Mensch / The value of a company: Its staff”.
    Romy Kranich-Stein trained in Marshall Rosenberg’s NVC (Non-Violent Communication) in 2012. In 2014, she studied systemic organisational consultancy with Fritz Simon in Heidelberg. In 2015, she went on to complete training in “Presencing Foundation Program – Collective Leadership for Profound Innovation and Change“ (MIT Boston, Theory U – Leading from the Future as it Emerges) with Otto Scharmer and she has just completed a 3-year training course in transactional analysis (humanist psychology in communication and behaviour) in Berlin.
    She trained as a paralegal from 1993 to 1996 in Anklam. Then she graduated as a BA of Social Economics from the University of Economics and Politics, Hamburg in 2008 and went on to do an MA in Human Resource Management (University of Hamburg) which she completed in 2010.