NUGENIS – MAG. HARALD G. KRATOCHVILA, M.A.
Business Development and Science Communications
Mag. Harald G. Kratochvila, M.A. heads the business development department at NUGENIS and is responsible for the communication agendas as well – business to business and science. He is representing the company at national and international events, especially scientific conferences, exhibitions and fairs.
He is immersed to various topics including personal development, resilience, crisis and health. As academic philosopher his focus is on structures, meaning, language and the history of ideas. There is a yearslong collaboration with Dr Eduard Rappold, MSc. on health care and medical ethics.
One special topic in his engagement is suicide – he is member of the scientific board of the most important germanspeaking medical journal on suicide prevention – Suizidprophylaxe, responsible for peer-review. His personal Blog is dedicated to resilience, crisis and salutogenisis.
Since January 2016 he is part of NUGENIS.
DUK – Danube University Krems — Master in Business- and Organizational-Psychology
2013 – 2018
Human Resources: Personnel Development, Human Resource Management, Learning and Development
Organizational Psychology: Change Management, Organizational Growth, Social Capital
Business Psychology: Motivation, Employer Branding
University of Vienna — Graduated in Philosophy, Psychology and Medical Psychology
Philosophy: Epistemology, Moral Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Bioethics
Psychology: Cognitive Psychology, Motivation, Memory
Medical Psychology: Patterns of Crisis, Psychotherapy
Case Management (according to the Regulations of the ÖGCC)
Gender Mainstreaming & Diversity
Communications-Trainer (according to ECO-C), Trainer in Andragogy
2010, 2011 (both graduated)
Private Life Coach (according to the Austrian Academy of Psychology)
Certificate in Advanced English (ESOL Level 2)
Further Certificates in the Professional Area (e.g. Intercultural Competence, Work Law, Conflict Management)
Several Scholarships and Fellowships (University of Vienna, Robert Koch Institute, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, Nutricia)