“We cannot change anything unless we accept it.” (C.G. Jung)

Mag. Dr. Ingo Bieringer

consultant, mediator, trainer; lecturer at the Universities of Salzburg and Krems and the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg

Fields of activity

Ingo Bieringer supports companies and non-profit-organizations with following main focusses:
  • Organization development
    Conception and support of change processes in companies and NGOs
  • Vision-work
    Development of positive and powerful future scenarios for organizations
  • Polarity-Management
    Use fields of tension in organizations and teams constructively and creatively
  • Mediation und conflict management
    Mediation in management, conflicts in leadership, conflicts in (project-)teams, coaching in situations of conflict, trainings and (inhouse-) courses
  • Development of teams
    Supporting leadership-, work- und project-teams as interface between people and organization
  • Moderation of workshops und meetings
    Moderation of challenging processes of decision in (leadership-)teams
  • Trainings
    Organization development, conflict management and polarity-management
  • Supervision of projects
    Supporting projects in different phases (pre-, start-, implementation-phase, phase of conclusion)

Customers and sectors

Since many years customers from different sectors:
  • Trading and service companies: a.o. dm drogeriemarkt (Austria and Eastern Europe), Porsche, Spar, Red Bull, Weleda, CVUA-RRW/Krefeld
  • Healthcare sector: a.o. AUVA, PVA, SALK, Hospital Havelhöhe Berlin, Hospital Kufstein u.a.
  • Public administration and NPOs: a.o. Government of Salzburg, City of Salzburg, Federal ministery of justice, Evangelic service of development/Berlin, Fonds “Social Vienna”, Lebenshilfe, Caritas, Diakonie, Rettet das Kind, Pro Juventute, Volkshilfe
  • Perspektiven. In: perspektive mediation, 2008/1 und 2
  • Ingo Bieringer: Das Team als Holon. Systemtheoretische Perspektiven zu Team-Mediation. In: perspektive mediation 2012/4
  • Ingo Bieringer: „Unter mir tat sich der Boden auf …“. Gesichtsverlust als markante Eskalationsstufe. In: perspektive mediation, 2010/3
  • Ingo Bieringer/Gertraud Hinterseer: Die soziale Dimension von Emotionen im Konflikt – Emotionssoziologische Perspektiven. In: perspektive mediation, 2008/1 und 2