THE FLI TEAM
Like the FLI network, the FLI team spans disciplines, nationalities and generations.
Laura oversees the general operations of FLI. She is a social scientist with an interdisciplinary academic background reaching from business research to sustainability science. Before joining FLI, she pursued a Ph.D. in “fostering female entrepreneurship” at the Max-Planck-Institute for Innovation and Competition and was a member of the Management Team at the Center For Digital Technology and Management (CDTM). Further, she has worked as a trainer for the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie, in the field of sustainability consulting, and co-founded an agency for social business development during her studies.
Sebastian Morgner is managing director of the MLI Leadership Institute in Munich and an expert on the subject of leadership and strategy design. He is fascinated by how to bring objectives and strategies to life in ways that motivate people to act. After his university degree in Mannheim/Germany and Budapest, he started in management consulting. Later on, he established the online business of an investment company and was responsible for the business development and marketing policy of the German HypoVereinsbank.
Robert Wreschniok is CEO at TATIN Institute for Strategy Activation, where he supports leading international companies and ‘hidden champions’ amongst SMEs in executing strategy to reach goals significant faster. He also chairs the Cluster for Innovation and Digital Transformation (CIDT), has been a member of the Design Strategy Board (Basel) since 2014, and leads TATIN Design Enterprises in Germany. Robert is a frequent lecturer at conferences and author of numerous articles and books on strategy and transformation, including “Der ganz normale Change Wahnsinn”, “Reputation Capital: Building and Maintaining Trust in the 21st Century” and “Change 2.0: Beyond Organisational Transformation”.
Head of FLI Academy
Gabriela runs the FLI Academy, where she coordinates the logistics and conceptual design of the offered seminars. She is an industrial engineer with an international background. Open innovation and self-leadership were the focus of her degree theses at the Technical University of Munich. She is also a fellow of the Social Entrepreneurship Academy and has an Honours Degree in Technology Management from the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM).
We, the Munich Leadership Institute (MLI) – are looking for a full-time intern to start as soon as possible.
As our new team member, you will work in the area of leadership development and consulting with the MLI.
As we are a small and entrepreneurial team, you will have a lot of responsibility from day one.
We guarantee a steep learning curve and a working environment that values team spirit, intellectual curiosity, and proactiveness.