ISG Tyrol

ISG Innsbruck
Fallmerayerstraße 14
A-6020 Innsbruck

Staff

Meet the team behind ISG Tyrol

Dipl. Soz.Päd. Christine Widmoser

Senior Consultant

Expertise

After finishing her A-Levels at the higher school of Agriculture and Food, Christine Widmoser started her professional career at the department of education of an agricultural nonprofit organization. She was working in the Youth Activity Section as well as an organization for peasant women.

She decided to start an in-service training as social educator / social pedagogue which she finished at the social institute of Stams. After her studies she started to work as an assistant and was later in charge of a day-care center for disabled people.

Her focus lies on leadership, personnel management, networking with different stakeholders, quality assurance and strategic planning.

In 2007 she started working for the ISG International Service Group as a Senior Consultant.

Motto: „Experience is the mother of wisdom.” (Chinese Proverb)

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Mag. (FH) Sebastian Widmoser

Managing Partner

Expertise

Sebastian Widmoser studied Human Resources and organizational studies at the Management Center Innsbruck. In the course of his professional career, he has gained a lot of experience as a specialist and executive staff member in Austrian corporations with international context.

His focus in personnel management lies on the field of in-firm training and on-the-job training as well as on personnel development and coaching. He used his broad experience in handling projects such as the introduction of SAP modules in the personnel administration and development.

In 2007 he started at the ISG International Service Group as Managing Partner for Tyrol, Vorarlberg and South Tyrol.

His role includes recruiting, structuring adult education, developing business ratios concerning human resources as well as qualitative and quantitative company manpower planning.

Thanks to 18 years of professional experiences in the middle and upper management he is a competent partner in all HR belongings.

His main focus is:

  • Personnel Selection & Search for specialists and executive staff with an emphasis on engineering and industry especially in the field of Executive Search
  • Quality leasing for technicians and higher administrative positions
  • Creating conceptual designs for leadership trainings and team development
  • Conducting workshops and systemic coaching for specialists and executive staff

Motto: “He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have”.(Socrates)

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Mag. Katharina Tkalec

Consultant

ISG Personalmanagement GmbH
Fallmerayerstraße 14
A-6020 Innsbruck

Expertise

In 2012 Katharina Tkalec graduated from secondary school in Linz, Upper Austria where the focus of her education was on languages. The following autumn she decided to move to Innsbruck in order to study international economy and law.

During her studies of international economy she spent a year abroad in Valencia, Spain where she had the opportunity to familiarize herself with the Spanish mentality as well as the culture and was also able to further improve her language skills. Furthermore, this experience helped increase her independence and allowed her to make many international contacts.

Up to now she has gained her working experience in the finance-related sector at institutions such as banks and insurances. Writing her diploma thesis, which largely focused on personnel issues, sparked her interest in human resource management.

At the beginning of 2017 she successfully completed her studies in international economy and has been supporting the ISG-Team in the Tyrol ever since then, while still continuing her law studies.

Motto: “It is always too early to quit.” (Norman Vincent Peale)

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Dr. Friederike Kleinknecht

Junior Consultant

Expertise

Dr. Friederike Kleinknecht grew up in Innsbruck and studied Romanic and German linguistics in Munich, Florence and Rhethymno (Crete). From 2008 to 2014 she lived in Mexico, where she worked in language training and on her dissertation about Spanish forms of address. In her research, her approach was interdisciplinary and focused on concrete dialogical interaction and communication.

In 2014, Dr. Kleinknecht returned to Tyrol. After completing her doctorate, she discontinued her work as a scientific editor and lector in order to reorient herself professionally. As a personal and social counselor in training, she is particularly interested in systemic counseling, supervision and coaching, non-violent communication and in learning and behavioral psychology. She has two children and a clicker-trained dog.

Dr. Kleinknecht joined ISG as a Junior Consultant in January 2020, supporting the team in research and in personnel search and selection.

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Services

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