The Liechtenstein Academy Foundation is an internationally recognized training institution that belongs to the Princely House of Liechtenstein. At its heart, it focuses on social, entrepreneurial and family issues within the context of personal responsibility and economics. These topics are explored through the latest scientific knowledge using proven methods and conveyed to a far-sighted public.
What is most impressive about the Liechtenstein Academy is its holistic approach, which not only takes into account specialist knowledge and skills but also encourages participants to view their own patterns of life and behavior.
Erich Kirchler (Prof., Liechtenstein Academy Foundation Board member)
I nowapproach difficult topics in a calmer way and a number of people have given me the feedback that I seem totally relaxed. I see the opportunities, rather than the problems and take delight in the small things, as well as the large. A very concrete point of improvement is multitasking, which I am getting better at avoiding.
Konrad Kuenzli (Baumann Group, Inspiration and Sovereignty 2017 participant)
With the programs of the Liechtenstein Academy, the LGT offers its employees a unique opportunity for further learning, in which holistic personal development is in the foreground.
Nathalie Merkofer-Koenig (Head Group HR, Liechtenstein Academy Foundation Board member)
Once we have recognized that quarrel among people is a manifestation of the conflict between subjective nominal and actual ideas, then this does not remain without consequences for our behavior in our own disputes. An interesting contribution on the connection between measurement and control and human conflicts.
During a one-week seminar at Schloss Freudenfels, employees from various companies dealt intensively with personal performance and a successful way of life. The seminar was a complete success and will take place again in 2019.
Orientation in times of change. Why we do not always need ground under our feet to find support. A philosophical invitation for the leap into the unknown, into a sea of perspectives and creative spaces, which we should accept especially in these changing times.
For a successful training process, it is essential to reduce the complexity from the start and to give the athlete a clear orientation. Find out more about the fascinating world of sport in our current blog post and learn why «the quickest way to achieve goals might be simple, but not easy».