Friederike led a session for senior partners from over 50 countries that was very powerful - insightful and academically grounded yet very digestible and practical. It was a fascinating subject that was beautifully presented.
Mrs. Fabritius was invited as a keynote speaker to our annual management conference. She focused on creativity, our innovative capacity, and on the power of the organization. For the participants, it was a real eye-opener to examine these corporate subjects from the perspective of behavioral research, neuroscience and psychology. I was impressed by how Mrs. Fabritius was able to take her many years of experience in the field of behavioral research and psychology and apply them so well to a business context.
Friederike is a passionate leadership expert and a great storyteller! She delivered an impressive and engaging talk, which was both captivating and insightful! The talk has proven to be very useful in our ways of understanding team dynamics and increasing the productivity of project groups at trivago.
Friederike has a profound knowledge of neuroscience and its relevance in a management context and is able to convey this in a very vivid way. She is fun, flexible, and inspiring to work with. I’ve very much enjoyed our joint creative experiences.
Friederike Fabritius is a brilliant, energetic, conscientious and enormously talented and effective human being, in business and in her personal life. She “can-do” and “will-do.” But she is also an elegant woman, in her manner, her ideas and her kindness. I’m delighted to be working with her and have her as a dear friend
It was such a pleasure collaborating with Friederike on several workshops devoted to the neuroscience of leadership. She has a remarkable knack for identifying and communicating key findings and principles that can help leaders optimize their effectiveness.
Friederike Fabritius combines neuroscience and leadership in a way that is both highly informative and fun!
Friederike always creates a positive working environment. She impressed me as a brilliant individual and one of our most promising researchers.