Yvonne Fabritz

Yvonne Fabritz
  1. Tell us who you are!

    My friends would tell you I am a life-affirming person who believes in the good into the world and people. I have an open heart and say directly what I think in a benevolent way. In order not to lose sight of the goal, I like to work structured and organized.
    I would say: to be focused all the time is great, but sometimes I´m not in the right direction. For new creative ideas and inspiration I am looking in different ways. One could be to let the soul dangle and trust in my intuition. I like to be creative and try out things that make my life more beautiful.

  2. Tell us more about your career steps and other projects you were part of!


  3. What does “Social Capital” mean to you?

    For me, social capital means having a certain life setting. This is based on a trusting trust in yourself and its environment and on mutual support. You should like to give what your abilities and competences are and also accept what others mean and according to which they act. It means that you should know who you are and have a good relationship not only to yourself, but also to other people.

  4. What is/has been your biggest achievement professionally and personally?

    Professionally: I supported people to find their own way in different steps and positions. One of the biggest is the development and implementation of the HR strategy for Germany. My favored success is the development and implementation of a tool for a one year-program for personal development of people.
    Personally: I had many big points in my life – the biggest with the most changed impact to my life was the birth of my son. Other is to organize my own development – in connection with a full-time job and my family.

  5. What skills, experiences or incidences helped you to get you to where you are today? What hindered?

    Acquired abilities and experienced experiences belong to the past and present. I am curious to learn new skills and to make new experiences. My curiosity to try things out and believe that you can learn all your life.

    What hinders?

    People who prefer to see problems rather than solutions. I find it difficult to accept limits.

  6. What are your aspirations as a 1World Mentor for the 1World Social Capital Program?

    To learn from my mentee and to get inspirations from other mentors. Let´s have fun and a inspirational time!

  7. What can you offer your 1World Mentee?

    I love working as a mentor, simply because it is always exciting to support other people to get new impressions and to accompany change. I would like to listen to you, to ask you challenging questions, to work out the structure together and to pursue your goal. I go with the tempo of my mentee and at the same time I try to be challenging. Direct and open feedback I can offer to you, also another perspective to look at things and to ask reflecting questions. I like to support you to find your own way, your own opinion and strengths and values and your believe in yourself.

  8. What does your ideal 1World Mentee look like?

    This person likes to get inspiration and wants to find the best way for her/himself, he/she should reflect what her/his needs are. You should love to develop yourself and to learn. Your motivation should be the whole developmentprocess not only the goal.

  9. What are your aspirations for your 1World Mentee?

    My Mentee should be open to exchange, pro-active, open to direct feedback and ready to find out something new. For a high quality mentoring he/she should speak German. You should invest time for your personal growth.

  10. Do you believe there is a glass ceiling for young female professionals? If yes, how can we break it?

    I don´t think so. If you think so, please change your mind, believe in yourself and break your roles. If you have this charisma, you will reach what you want.