Manuela Becker

 

Manuela Becker was born in 1980 and is currently located and living in Leipzig/Berlin.

Since 2018, she has been the Director HR (Germany) of the Invia Group in Leipzig. Previously, she worked as Senior HR Business Partner/Head of HR at Home24 AG/fashion4home GmbH as well as for various consultancies (SME & Group) focusing on executive search and e-recruiting. In addition, she holds degrees in business law and media education.

Furthermore, Manuela Becker is a mediator, coach and trainer and has a passion for 360-degree human resources management, digitalization as well as culture and change. As a balance to her professional life, she seeks hiking, nature and music.

 

Manuela's confessions

 

Q. DO YOU HAVE A ROLE MODEL OR LIFE MOTTO?

A. Thinking positively, not giving up immediately and consciously aligning your actions – there are always several ways and solutions.

 

Q. WHAT EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE STANDS OUT IN YOUR MEMORY?

A. My coaching training and dealing with myself – an exciting journey.

 

Q. WHAT CAN YOU NOT LAUGH ABOUT?

A. Arrogance and disrespect.

 

Q. WHAT's Something beautiful that you bought yourself recently?

A. New hiking boots for the many more kilometers of discovery.

 

Q. WHAT BOOK WOULD YOU NEVER GIVE AWAY?

A. One of my books by Martin Seligman.

 

Q. WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST ALIVE?

A. While hiking in the mountains or in the Baltic Sea wind on the beach.

 

Q. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE IN?

A. In the happiness that comes from a healthy balance between our demands and possibilities as well as a portion of serenity.

 

Q. WHERE IS YOUR MOST PEACEFUL PLACE?

A. The absolute peace on the mountain top.

 

Q. WHAT DO YOU THINK WAS YOUR LAST GOOD DEED?

A. There are many little good deeds. Because those who make others happy become happy themselves.

 

Q. WHAT HAVE YOU RECENTLY DREAMED ABOUT?

A. Husky sledding tour and snow hiking in Sweden.

 

Q. WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC?

A. Contemporary piano music.

 

Q. WHAT IS MORE DIFFICULT for you: STARTING OR STOPPING?

A. It depends. But definitely stop when things are fun.