My Professional Working Relationships

Peter Hofmann. What connects me with Peter are the joint trainings at the Federal Finance Academy and the  Academy of the Austrian Chamber of Labour. His presence and his diverse experiences with groups  enrich our collaboration.


Elisabeth Sechser. I cooperate with Elisabeth in projects on action research and participative organizational development - together we want to get things moving.


Ewa Ferrens. I value Ewas wealth of intercultural experience that she gained during her time living abroad. She shows high sensitivity to the fine nuances of intercultural collaboration. 

Ewa Ferrens

Judith Stemerdink-Herret. Art of Hosting is our connecting point. Judith is a thorough host and facilitator. She involves herself deeply into the process or dialogue. This adds quality to our collaboration.  

Just Her

Nicola Sekler. Nicola is both a cooperation and sparring partner. We develop innovative approaches for workshops on diversity, gender and inclusion and faciltate process of awareness building.

Nicola Sekler

Florian Reiter. Florians competence in working with groups allows me to extend my own horizont. His experience shows the potential of keeping the group procees  in the focus. 


Professional affiliations

ÖAGG (Austrian Work Group for Group Therapy and Group Dynamics)

IMAGO Austria (Imago Professional Facilitator/ for better relationships in organisations and teams) 

IMAGO Austria


SIETAR (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research)

Art of Hosting

NIC (Netzwerk Intercultures) Österreich

What my cooperation partners say about me:

What makes working with Margret Steixner so enjoyable is her way of presenting in-depth contents with a unique ease. This sets free enormous amounts of energy which can immediately be used for further work- I discover this again and again when working with her in a team, and can see it in her participants on different occasions. No matter if theory or practical exercise- she presents the contents with surety, remains open to new methods and engages in dialogue with her audience. In this, she is benefitted by her multilayered communicative experience gained from various professional roles, in various cultural contexts. It is clear that she thoroughly understands complex systems. I am already looking forward to the next project with Margret Steixner!

Christian Honold, director of the Hermann-Gmeiner-Academy, Innsbruck