University Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations
BSc, MSc, PhD
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Andreas's teaching philosophy centres on the belief that learning should be experiential and participant-centred. Consequently, he strives to create a classroom environment that draws on many different techniques and materials, such as case analyses, group discussions, films, and experiential exercises, in order to facilitate the collective learning process and actively integrate participants' work experience, opinions, and views.
He cooperated with, or consulted for, various public and private organisations in the health care, pharmaceutical, and financial sectors, focusing on team-working effectiveness, the stimulation of creativity and innovation, self-management training, and leadership development.
Andreas is a trained psychologist who specialised in industrial and organisational psychology, holds a PhD in management, and is a certified client-centred counsellor (occupational and clinical settings).