We enable spaces for reflection to move forward

We enable spaces for reflection to move forward

We use emotionality so that rationality can emerge

We use emotionality so that rationality can emerge

We are the experts for good cooperation

We are the experts for good cooperation

Who we are?

We are a manufactory - our work is handmade

We stand for high-quality and customised solutions. We design them in close cooperation with our customers.

We love complexity and want to understand comprehensively before we get started.

We have many years of experience in taking into account the dynamics between individuals, teams and organisations. With us, you can see what this means for your issue.

What is our expertise?

Our origin

Originally we are clinical psychologists, therapists and human resource developers. We have been passionate about the problems of the world of work and have gone beyond the horizon of our traditional professional fields. We have studied the dynamics of teams and organisations, taking our expertise with us with an understanding of individual and group dynamics. Some of us founded IPOM (Institute for Psychodynamic Organisational Counselling Munich) and offered further training there on the psychodynamic understanding of organisation. Others treated patients with burn-out and wanted to tackle the problems at the root. And some wanted not only to deliver HR concepts for board members, but to become research travellers in organisations.

In M19 - Manufaktur für Organisationsberatung we can now realise what our heart beats for. Understanding people and organisations in a scientifically sound way and giving powerful impulses for their further development.

How we work

Our offer

We like to think in triangles. We usually start at one corner. When we advise an organisation, we always have the team dynamics and the dynamics of the individuals in mind. This increases the complexity and maps the reality better.

TEAM

Prof. Dr. Thomas Giernalczyk
Psychologist, psychoanalyst and expedition leader.
Guideposts. Thought leader. Developer. Leadership artist. Creative. Propelling. Supportive. At M19 he moves people, perspectives and companies forward.
Dr. Carla Albrecht
Psychologist, systemicist and aviator.
Forward-looking. Pragmatic. Idea generator. Navigator. Implementing. Authentic. Contactful. At M19 she ensures the right altitude.
Dr. Mathias Lohmer
Psychologist, psychoanalyst and bridge builder.
Cultural specialist. Reflective. Passionate. Mediating. Crisis-tested. Agile. At M19 he connects cultures.
Annika Weber
Psychologist (M.Sc.), psychotherapist and emotional shifter.
Tension manager. Sensitive. Goal-oriented. Clear. Open. Courageous. Rooted. At M19, she maintains the right balance between moving forward and pausing.
Markus Zimmermann
Markus Zimmermann
Graduate in business administration, personnel developer and free space pilot.
Potential researcher. Complementary thinker. Sparring partner. Innovator. Linker. Approachable. Solution-oriented. At M19 he designs consulting architectures for change processes.
Sina Feuerstein
Psychologist (M.Sc.), business economist (B.Sc.) and summit climber.
Strong in combination. Sure-footed. Open. Humorous. Versatile. Emphatic. Bringing together. At M19 she finds her way around steep terrain.
Anne Seybold
Businesswoman, finance minister and organisational talent.
Numbers professional. Approachable. Structured. Realist. Persistent. Planned. Implementer. At M19 she provides support.
Calvin Bartel
Master of Science (Sociology), management coach and world changer.
Cosmopolitan. Deeply tested. Forward-looking. Analytical. Determined. Serene. Diplomatic. At M19 he unites what seems to be opposites.
Dr. Philipp Horn
Psychologist, psychoanalyst and crisis expert.
Conveyor. Interceptor. Imaginative. Determined. Explaining. Accurate. Adept. At M19, he stands for calm blood and swift action.
Lena Schiestel
Lena Schiestel
Graduate psychologist, theatre scientist and impulse generator.
Knowledgeable. Empathic. Versatile. Demanding. Systematic. Persevering. Value-oriented. At M19 she finds creative solutions for the supposedly unchangeable.
Martin Holle
Martin Holle
Graduate engineer, consultant and tracker.
Anchored. Pragmatic. Sensitive. Balancing. Impulse-giver. Knowledgeable. Analytical. At M19 he is the integrating bridgehead in the digital world.
PROF. DR. PHILIPP MARTIUS
Prof. Dr. Philipp Martius
Specialist in psychosomatic medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy, social medicine and clinical expert.
Experienced in managing clinics and staff. Multi-professionally oriented. Friendly and humorous. Organiser. Connecting. Gets to the bottom of things. At M19, he stands for leadership experience and expertise in healthcare.
Andrey Katurzhevskiy
Graduate economist, graduate psychologist and cultural expert.
Macro view of tasks. Foresighted. Mediating. Creative. At M19 he links German and Russian organisational cultures.
Anja Kluge
Psychologist (M.Sc.), architectural psychologist and idea generator.
Overview. Tackling. Analytical. Thoughtful. Undaunted. Involving. Curious. At M19 she develops long-term solutions.

PODCAST

Dunkle Triade: Narzissmus, Machiavellismus und Psychopathie

Dark Triad: Narcissism, Machiavellianism and Psychopathy

Published on 2022-05-01 21:58:00
Current topic series: Personality In this episode, Sina and Thomas talk about the Dark Triad and thus about narcissism, Machiavellianism and psychopathy. The following and similar questions are answered: - What constitutes the dark triad - Machiavellianism, narcissism and psychopathy? - How do these three traits show up in the world of work? - ... and how can...
Tugenden: Teamdisziplin, Hierarchie und Autorität

Virtues: Team discipline, hierarchy and authority

Published on 2022-04-03 21:26:00
Current topic series: Teams In this episode, Markus and Mathias talk about virtues and thus about team discipline, hierarchy and authority. The following and similar questions are answered: - What is the significance of these virtues in the time of New Work? - How can these virtues help us in the context of work? - How can these virtues help us in crisis situations?
Gruppendynamik und der gruppendynamische Raum

Group dynamics and the group dynamic space

Published on 2022-02-28 04:30:00
Current topic series: Teams In this episode Markus and Sina talk about group dynamics and the group dynamic space. The following and similar questions are answered: - What are groups really about? - From which perspectives can groups be viewed? - What is group dynamics or a group dynamic process? Shownotes: -Publications-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/veroeffentlichungen/ -News-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/category/allgemein/ -M19-Newsletter plus-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/newsletter/ - Contact - we are happy...
Adaptiveness: Anpassungsfähige Teams

Adaptiveness: Adaptable teams

Published on 2022-02-06 21:15:00
Current topic series: Teams In this episode, Sina and Eleni Georgina talk about Adaptiveness - Adaptable Teams. The following and similar questions are answered: -Why is adaptiveness important? -Why are some teams better at adapting than others? - What can teams and their members do to become more adaptive? Shownotes: -Publications-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/veroeffentlichungen/ -News-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/category/allgemein/ -M19-Newsletter plus-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/newsletter/ -...
Change

Change

Published on 2022-01-16 22:42:00
In this episode, Markus and Thomas talk about change - and what change means in organisations. The following and similar questions are answered: -What are tools in change? -Why is culture important in change? - And why we must never forget people and feelings in change. Shownotes: -Publications-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/veroeffentlichungen/ -News-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/category/allgemein/ -M19-Newsletter...
Teams: Rituale in Teams

Teams: Rituals in teams

Published on 2021-11-28 22:53:00
Current topic series: Teams In this episode, Carla and Annika talk about rituals in teams - and how they give us support. The following and similar questions are answered: -Why too few rituals make life stressful? -Why strict rituals become more important now that everything is becoming more flexible? - When should iterative rituals be adapted? Shownotes:...
Emotionen: Angst und Wut

Emotions: Fear and anger

Published on 2021-11-01 21:00:00
Current topic series: Emotions In this episode, Sina and Annika talk about d Fear and anger - two underestimated emotions. The following and similar questions are answered: - Why is anger always in such a hurry for no reason? - Work causes fear - what does it mean? - When do we let go of fear and anger and how...
Emotionen – warum sie uns bewegen

Emotions - why they move us

Published on 2021-10-03 21:24:00
Current topic series: Emotions In this episode, Thomas and Annika talk about "emotions" and why they move us. The following and similar questions are answered: -What are emotions anyway? -Why should we pay attention to emotions at work? - What is a sensible way to deal with them? Shownotes: -Publications-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/veroeffentlichungen/ -News-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/category/allgemein/ -M19-Newsletter plus-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/newsletter/ -Contact - we...
Selbstorganisation und Hierarchie

Self-organisation and hierarchy

Published on 2021-09-06 08:34:00
Current topic series: Relationship dynamics in the workplace In this episode, Annika and Markus talk about "self-organisation and hierarchy" and what it might mean to combine both organisational structures. The following and similar questions are answered: -Why does self-organisation promote self-responsibility? -When does self-organisation end in chaos? - Why do hierarchical organisations sometimes remind us of family dynamics? Shownotes: -Publications-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/veroeffentlichungen/ -Current-https://www.m19-organisationsberatung.de/category/allgemein/...
Vertrauen und Misstrauen

Trust and mistrust

Published on 2021-07-26 05:21:38
Current topic series: Emotions In this episode, Mathias and Thomas talk about "trust and mistrust" - and why trust is important at work. The following and similar questions are answered: - When does mistrust occur at work? - When is it also quite normal? - How is it possible to strike a balance between trust and mistrust?

NEWSLETTER

We want to stay in touch with you. With our newsletter we let you share our reflections and our work.

On the need to adapt - The M19 Newsletter plus

Published on 2022-04-25 12:40:00
What keeps us busy Humans are characterised by a high degree of adaptability: When external circumstances change, we usually adjust to them and adapt our...

About Mondays - The M19 Newsletter plus

Published on 2021-12-08 09:39:03
What keeps us busy... How do you actually make sure that as a counsellor you do high-quality work, don't get caught up in the dynamics of the client system and keep coming up with fresh ideas and...

On Displacement - The M19 Newsletter plus

Published on 2021-12-08 09:23:47
What's on our minds New Zealand's kiwis are singing again, there are wind turbines that make it rain and Sierra Leone abolishes the death penalty.Good news in times like these seems to have become a rarity....

Contemporary about ambivalence - The M19 Newsletter plus

Published on 2021-12-08 09:18:25
What's on our minds We want to go to the Algarve and the borders to Portugal are closed again, we see celebrating football stadiums and the wave of the Delta variant is rolling towards us, we...