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Nexia Ebner Stolz

Careers

Our training offers

At all career sta­ges there is a mix­ture of fixed trai­ning blocks and indi­vi­dual trai­ning ele­ments offe­red to all emp­loyees. At each stage of your deve­lop­ment you will receive the trai­ning that best pre­pa­res you for your cur­rent pro­jects and to pre­pare you for the next stage of your career, both pro­fes­sio­nally and per­so­nally.

A gene­ral dis­tinc­tion is made bet­ween basic trai­ning and spe­cia­list trai­ning. All emp­loyees of a parti­cu­lar career stage undergo basic trai­ning. The pro­gram covers both pro­fes­sio­nal and per­so­nal deve­lop­ment ele­ments. The focus is on both per­so­nal and pro­fes­sio­nal deve­lop­ment for the cur­rent role and any future roles envi­sa­ged for the emp­loyee (e.g. pre­sen­ta­tion tech­ni­ques, chai­ring mee­tings).

In your first year at Ebner Stolz you will attend the Con­sul­ting Camp. This will teach you custo­mary con­sul­ting methods, i.e. our clas­si­cal tool­kit.

You will receive addi­tio­nal spe­cial indi­vi­dual trai­ning to round off the offer and pro­vide you with the spe­cia­list know­ledge you need for the situa­ti­ons and pro­ject tasks. These trai­ning modu­les cover any spe­cial needs and go beyond the gene­ral trai­ning con­cept (e.g. finan­cial plan­ning).
Indi­vi­dual trai­ning con­cepts, such as an MBA or a doc­to­rate, are gene­rally sup­por­ted. Ebner Stolz Mana­ge­ment Con­sul­tants does not offer any stan­dar­di­zed or man­datory pro­grams. Rather it addres­ses the indi­vi­dual needs of its emp­loyees.

Selec­ted col­lea­gues are pre­pa­red for the future roles in a spe­cially deve­lo­ped career pro­gram known as the Excel­lence Pro­gram.

There is per­ma­nent on-the-job trai­ning due to the close coope­ra­tion bet­ween expe­ri­en­ced col­lea­gues during pro­ject work. Imme­dia­tely after joi­ning Ebner Stolz Mana­ge­ment Con­sul­tants you will be assig­ned the first tasks for you to work on at your own ini­tia­tive, sup­por­ted by close con­tact and exchange with the other col­lea­gues wor­king for the cli­ent.

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