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Lifelong learning also affects leadership quality

Lifelong learning also affects leadership quality
From left: Daniel Lehner (KTM AG), Josef Buttinger (founder of HR-Lounge), Ingrid Putzhammer (Sony DADC), Gerhard Leitner (managing director of Limak) and Nicole Baumann (Wimmer Medien)
From left: Leonhard Pilz (Hödlmayr), Thomas Jankowetz (Peneder), Gertrud Kloibhofer-Lehner (Mechel) and Reinhard Hackl (Stiebel Eltron)
From left: Wolfgang Viereckl (WRS), Katrin Trinkfaß (Heinzel Steyrermühl), Eva Sieghart (Poloplast) and David Stadlbauer (KUKA CEE)
From left: Rainer Dobringer (Vetropack), Hanna-Maria Baresch (Limak), Katharina Gattinger (Englmayer), Birgit Floss (Albert Knoblinger)

Further training, especially for managers, is on trend. The Limak Austrian Business School has been holding its own in the competitive market for 33 years now.

Founded in 1989 based on the model of US schools, it can now look back on 21,500 graduates. Since 2022, the “spin-off of the Johannes Kepler University” has been back on the campus in Linz with 31 employees; there is also a location in Vienna.

From left: Leonhard Pilz (Hödlmayr), Thomas Jankowetz (Peneder), Gertrud Kloibhofer-Lehner (Mechel) and Reinhard Hackl (Stiebel Eltron)
Image: cityfoto/Roberta Pelzl-Mairwöger

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From left: Leonhard Pilz (Hödlmayr), Thomas Jankowetz (Peneder), Gertrud Kloibhofer-Lehner (Mechel) and Reinhard Hackl (Stiebel Eltron)
Image: cityfoto/Roberta Pelzl-Mairwöger

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