Envisia Invited to Future Workforce Global Summit in Berlin: A Recap



We are happy to announce that Envisia participated at the Future Workforce Global Summit, an immersive two-day event that took place in Berlin on June 20-21. The event brought together an international network of scholars, educators, industry leaders, and government representatives, all dedicated to the future of workforce development.




Our CEO, Carmen-Daniela Micu MABPD EMBA MEng, was a panelist in the “Quality Workforce Needs Quality Coaching” session, where she discussed:

  • The critical role leaders play in fostering a coaching culture within their teams or organizations.
  • Ethical considerations in implementing a coaching culture, focusing on confidentiality and trust.
  • The long-term benefits of investing in a coaching culture for both individuals and the organization.

She shared the stage with a distinguished group of professionals, including:

  • Robert Garcia, MBA, ACC, CAE, International Coaching Federation | Vice President & Chief Staff Officer
  • Michal Bibliowicz, Head of Global Leadership and Culture
  • Stefan Kreil, PCC, SAP | Technology & Innovation Transformation Office
  • Jens Maxeiner, PCC, Coach | Owner, Bosch | Director, Manufacturing Operations & Engineering
  • Anna A. Tavis, PhD, NYU School of Professional Studies | Chair & Clinical Professor, Human Capital Management Department, Division of Programs in Business
  • Mila Wilson, Intel | Director, Talent Acquisition Germany

The event provided valuable insights and networking opportunities, contributing significantly to shaping the future of workforce development. 

The Future Workforce Global Summit is the cornerstone initiative in the development of the Center for the Future Workforce, housed within the Human Capital Management Department at the NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS). The summit will kickstart the collaboration, research, and practical innovation required for businesses and academic institutions to succeed in the evolving and increasingly technological future of work.

With its robust network of resources and decades of contributions to the community, NYU SPS has the tools and experience to develop a solution: a vision to educate the workforce of today and tomorrow, a legacy of practical education with demonstrated success in getting learners employed after graduation, close ties to the business community, and faculty who are academically trained current and former business executives.

This inaugural global summit is the meeting point for all people-focused professionals and educators to harness the power of academic rigor combined with business application and continued learning.