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Excellent conductivity and high resistance combined with elasticity are among the properties of carbon fibres. KARBON Consulting is also characterized by an attitude that is based on the resonance principle.  Accompanied by flexibility and a clear view to appreciate the lasting and to combine it with the new – the art of sustainable innovation, as it is especially required in change processes, is part of KARBON Consulting. But carbon fibers are not the only fibers known for their multiple uses. The geological age of carbon 355 million years ago has also had a significant impact on our flora and fauna. Mountain unfoldings, dragonflies with a wing span of up to 70 cm and the spread of many different species on land under extremely different climatic conditions show the development possibilities, diversity and ability to use synergy effects as they can be found at KARBON Consulting.

Sonja KARBON

Potential Transformation
Having “grown up” professionally in the social and educational sector, I was able to learn to use resources efficiently and still stay in touch with people. However, I was strongly influenced by the insight that systems affect people and vice versa. This phenomenon is still a focus of my work today, i.e. to understand structures and the culture of companies as well as to make the needs and potentials of individuals visible in order to achieve a positive effect on the interdependence of this connection – potential transformation.

Change of Perspectives
With my numerous stays abroad, mainly in Southeast Asia, I was able to pursue my interest in different cultures. This school of life, which cannot be found in instruction manuals or academic degrees, forms the basis for my focus on interculturality, communication and diversity, in order to support constructive cooperation in projects, teams or organisations – change of perspectives.

Change in values, Holistic Nature & Sustainability
In addition, the study of International Health and Social Management has sharpened the my awareness of global challenges and societal contexts. Fast-growing markets, scarce resources, monetary economic systems and increasing pressure on the players need new and, above all, courageous approaches. Agenda 2030 and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals are part of my view of sustainability. I see these goals as pointing the way forward, so that I can use them to develop options for action – Change in values. Holistic Nature. Sustainability.

Awareness, Meaningful & Education
But above all, it is the strategies of nature that fascinate me and that can be used for different developmental phases of processes. The principle of mixed culture, which increases the resilience of each individual plant, the positive selection in seed production to obtain the best possible variety, or the network of trees and their well thought-out communication system are only excerpts of phenomena that never cease to amaze me. The intelligence of nature is my source for infinite learning and also shows how lively learning processes can be designed – Awareness. Meaningful. Education.

Education

MSc. Course in Organizational Development and Consulting. FH Vorarlberg | Schloss Hofen. (2018 – 2019)
Thesis: Sustainability in organizations

MA Course International Health and Social Management. MCI Innsbruck (2015 – 2017)
Thesis: The Well-being of Women during Menstruation in Low-Middle-Income countries and the Role of Health and Education Systems. A comparative study in Bangladesh – Bhutan – India.

2nd place at the Health Research Award. Austrian Chamber of Commerce (2018)

Public health. North South University Dhaka, Bangladesh. (semester abroad, 2016)

International Health Law and Ethics. Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands (summer course, 2016)

University course of the Psychotherapeutic Propaedeutic. Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck. (2005 – 2009)

Diploma studies in educational sciences. Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck (2003 – 2008)
Thesis: The interplay of soul and body in dealing with an incurable disease using cancer as an example.

From practice – for practice: Leading in times of digital change. MCI. (2021)

Course Womenomics – More women on supervisory boards and advisory boards
. Tyrol Chamber of Commerce. (2019)

Seminars “Ethics in Action. Economy for a Sustainable Development” and “Gender Dynamics in Changing Societies.” within the framework of the European Forum Alpbach on Diversity and resilience. (2018)

Basic course for New Authority according to Haim Omer. Institute for New Authority. (2018)

Training as a skilled agricultural worker. Chamber of Agriculture Tyrol. (2019)

Certificate course for vegetable rarities and variety specialities. Noah’s Ark and Rural Training Institute. (2018)
Final thesis: Beauty has many faces. An ethical discourse of plant aesthetics in the field of tension between today’s consumption and seed selection

Intensive certificate course in permaculture. Academy of Permaculture (2014)

Training course for the Gestalt teacher. KPH Edith Stein (2008 – 2010)
Final thesis: The good thing about conflict. A journey of discovery from a different perspective on aggression.

Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course (ATTC). Yoga Vedanta School. India (2010)

International training as a yoga teacher (YTTC). International Samvit Sagar Yoga School for Self-Knowledge. India (2008)

Sonja KARBON

Potential Transformation
Having "grown up" professionally in the social and educational sector, I was able to learn to use resources efficiently and still stay in touch with people. However, I was strongly influenced by the insight that systems affect people and vice versa. This phenomenon is still a focus of my work today, i.e. to understand structures and the culture of companies as well as to make the needs and potentials of individuals visible in order to achieve a positive effect on the interdependence of this connection - potential transformation.
Change of Perspectives
With my numerous stays abroad, mainly in Southeast Asia, I was able to pursue my interest in different cultures. This school of life, which cannot be found in instruction manuals or academic degrees, forms the basis for my focus on interculturality, communication and diversity, in order to support constructive cooperation in projects, teams or organisations - change of perspectives.
Change in Values, Holistic Nature & Sustainability
In addition, the study of International Health and Social Management has sharpened my awareness of global challenges and societal contexts. Fast-growing markets, scarce resources, monetary economic systems and increasing pressure on the players need new and, above all, courageous approaches. Agenda 2030 and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals are part of my view of sustainability. I see these goals as pointing the way forward, so that I can use them to develop options for action -Change in values. Holistic Nature. Sustainability.
Awareness, Meaningful & Education
Above all, the strategies of nature fascinate me and can be used for different phases of development within a process. The principle of mixed cropping, which increases the resilience of each individual plant, the positive selection in seed production to obtain the best possible variety, or the network of trees and their well thought-out communication system are only excerpts of phenomena that never cease to amaze me. The intelligence of nature is my source for infinite learning and also shows how lively learning processes can be designed - Awareness. Meaningful. Education.
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