Ursula Hillbrand

Pionierin für kollektive Gesprächsformate


Themenschwerpunkt: Partizipative Prozesse

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Sprache/n: Niederländisch, Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Italienisch

Stadt: Bregenz

Bundesland: Vorarlberg

Land: Österreich

Themen: new work, co-creation, kollektive führung, authentische führung, collective organisation, kollektives prozessdesign

Ich biete: Vortrag, Moderation, Seminarleitung, Beratung, Training, Interview

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Persönliche Anmerkung:

ICH SCHAFFE UNIQUE RÄUME,
in denen Teams, Organisationen und Auditorien zum ersten Mal das volle Potenzial jedes Einzelnen entdecken, entfalten und gemeinsam nutzen können: konstruktiv, hierarchieneutral, wertschätzend und ohne Druck.

DAS ERGEBNIS: Konkrete Pläne, Ideen und Projekte, die sofort umgesetzt werden können – und eine ganz neue Art von Zusammenhalt.

WAS MICH AUSZEICHNET: Erfahrung im internationalen Umfeld, Professionalität, Kreativität, Business- und Prozessverständnis mit einem Fokus auf die Kunst des Gastgebens. Durch die Einbindung in die internationale Forschung und Lehre bleibe ich am Puls der Herausforderungen der Zukunft.

Biografie:

Mag. Ursula Hillbrand ist strategische Prozessbegleiterin und Executive Coach für Klausuren, Konferenzen und Teambuilding. Sie ist Lehrbeauftragte an der SDA Bocconi für den Executive Master Lehrgang in Mailand, an der Europäischen Akademie für Steuern und Recht in Berlin sowie an der Verwaltungsakademie des Bundes in Wien. Ihre langjährige Erfahrung mit Performance Management und Partizipation der EU-Kommission gibt sie als best practice an ihre Kunden weiter. Mit ihrem Team erstellt sie maßgeschneiderte Konzepte, Moderationen und Trainings, um Prozesse und Veränderungen nachhaltig in den Unternehmen und Organisationen ihrer Kunden zu implementieren.

Ursula Hillbrand ist Verfasserin von zahlreichen Artikeln zur Anwendung von partizipativen Prozessmethoden, zB in Nauen, C.E. und U. Hillbrand, 2014: Underpinning Conflict Prevention by International Cooperation. Chapter 12, 157-174 In: M. Galluccio (ed.). Handbook of International Negotiation. Interpersonal, Intercultural and Diplomatic Perspectives. Springer, New York.

Vorträge / Referenzen:

Informal meeting of gender equality ministers - October 2018

The Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union invited the EU gender equality ministers to an informal meeting.

After seven years, the equality ministers of the EU countries met again for the first time in this constellation to exchange ideas about to promote equality politically at the EU level.

Three events were planned, a formal breakfast together with the official representatives from the Western Balkans, Norway and Switzerland, an informal ministerial meeting at EU level, which ended with an official signing by 20 member states of a declaration for the next common steps. At the same time, the “Gender & You” youth conference took place, which was designed to be participatory and from which the ministers were inspired.

Ursula Hillbrand was responsible for the process design and the moderation of the informal ministerial meeting in in an interactive format enabling brainstorming, as well as the moderation of the final declaration on behalf of the Federal Chancellery. The numerous uncertain and unpredictable factors that occur in the diplomatic environment were mastered brilliantly and spontaneously. Many ministers felt that they had never enjoyed such interactive and meaningful conversation among fellow ministers as they did on this occasion.

"The combination of your open personality and determined aim to enable successful conversations and exchange among the participants made all the difference.
We also appreciated your diligence in designing strategic questions and documenting outcomes. In addition, you were available for any detailed questions by the organising team, which made my services very confident throughout the preparation process and the event itself."
Juliane Bogner-Strauss, former Federal Minister for Women, Families and Youth

Dieser Vortrag ist auf: Englisch
Overcoming borders through competition - March 2021

Austrian and Bavarian chambers of architects - Online Symposium

The goal in the Interreg project was to recognise and use the common experiences in order to master national borders, cultural and legal differences in cooperation:
Architects from the Bavarian-Austrian Interreg area – Bavaria, Vorarlberg, Tyrol, Salzburg and Upper Austria – worked together to find solutions to overcome the 817 kilometer border by means of competition projects.

Our interactive event design enabled participants to engage in exchange right on the day itself and learn from the experiences of others. Our success showed itself in the day long presenceof almost all 80 experts and architects until the early evening to actively engage with eachother. Together with the steering group of the Bavarian and Austrian Chambers of Architects, we designed the objectives of the symposium, the invitation process, the participatory formats for the event and the documentation.
Architects are free spirits and need creative space.

The interactive formats provided a minimal structure for free exchange: strategic learning and dialogue based on case studies, open space for practical approaches, and space for informal networking. A welcome package sent by mail additionally ensured the anchoring of the congress day.

"Despite or perhaps because of the online format, under the highly competent leadership of Ursula Hillbrand and her team, we succeeded brilliantly. Our participants actively contributed throughout the day and stayed in the digital aperitif rooms for a cultivated exchange, like at a face-to-face conference."
Arch. DI Daniel Fügenschuh, Vice president Federal Chamber of Architects and Chartered Engineering Consultants

Dieser Vortrag ist auf: Deutsch
European Conference for Architectural Policies “High Quality Building for Everyone. Baukultur and the Common Good in Europe.” - September 2018

The second day of the conference was marked by a morning of intensive workshop activities.
Ursula Hillbrand and her team from Salonhosting moderated the diverse workgroups brainstorming on the topic “Between Market Forces and Common Good: What can we as a community of informed practitioners do to move the practice of Baukultur forward throughout Europe while at the same time supporting grassroots
movements?”.

An interactive approach was chosen to demonstrate the meaningful results generated by participatory methods that implement diversity as a strength to help identify
solutions to complex real-world issues. Three lectures constituted a thematic introduction that shed light on European
aspects of Baukultur from several different perspectives.

"Nach der für uns so wichtigen Konferenz ist es mir ein Anliegen, Dir und Deinem Team aufrichtig für Eure professionelle und souveräne Arbeit zu danken. Es war in der Vorbereitung und Umsetzung aus meiner Sicht perfekt. Dass die Zusammenarbeit noch von einer menschlich sympathischen Komponente begleitet war, verstärkt die positive Erinnerung."
Dr. Elsa Brunner, Leiterin der Abteilung Denkmalschutz und Kunstrückgabeangelegenheiten sowie der Geschäftsstelle des Beirats für Baukultur im Bundesministerium für Kunst, Kultur, öffentlichen Dienst und Sport (BMKÖS).

Dieser Vortrag ist auf: Englisch