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Regional Vice President CEE / Country Director Austria

Alisa Kapic

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General Management, Sales / Business Development, Market Research



English, German, Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian


Multinational (>1000)


C-level executive

unavailable for this batch

“Responsibility equals accountability equals ownership. And sense of ownership is the most powerful weapon a team or organization can have."

accountability attitude teamwork
Alisa can support with:
Agile development / project management Decision-making Risk-taking Coaching Confidence building Conflict management Crisis management Customer experience management / service management / relationship management Data analytics & business intelligence Goal setting and scheduling Interpersonal skills Intercultural communication Leadership skills Marketing / digital marketing / social media management Mindfulness / spiritual well being Motivational skills Negotiation / sales People development / HR Smart working & productivity / time management Strengths & weaknesses identification Training / facilitating Team management & leadership
Alisa's work experience:
General Management Sales / Business Development Market Research Manager C-level executive Consultant Coach / Trainer Board member Medium-sized business (<250 employees) Corporate (>250 employees) Multinational (>1000) NPO / NGO Austria

Alisa Kapic is the Regional Vice President CEE at IWG (International Workplace Group) and country director for Austria. She’s been working in the serviced office real estate industry for 19 years across different geographies. Prior to that, Alisa worked for an American Telecommunications Distributor in Memphis, TN and moved to Europe as a Sales & Marketing Director responsible for developing CEE market. Alisa is a passionate athlete, devoted mother, spouse and leader. She has met all the challenges when working in new countries with people from different cultures and understands that flexibility and adaptability played key role in her success. 

She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society, Phi Beta Lambda, was on Dean’s list and received Christian Brothers University Bob Stephenson’s top scholar award in 1996. She was also in the National Association of intercollegiate athletics All-American. She volunteered for different charitable organizations (International Children’s Heart Foundation and Catholic Charity Refugee Program). She was named Area Director of the year at IWG in 2009. 

Alisa is passionate about helping others achieve their goals, working in a team with the winning attitude where everyone is focused and disciplined on getting the job done. She cares about her team and her customers. She will help mentees to work together on goal alignment and steps needed towards achieving those goals. She does it in her own authentic and humble way. 

Alisa is open for:
doing regular check-ins ✅ becoming a sparring partner 🤝 coaching 🏆 support for specific projects and events 🤓 shout-outs 📣
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  • Does the mentoring program cost anything?
    Nope - but you do have to be an inner circle member at the female factor. The membership starts at 1 € a day. For more info visit our membership page.
  • Can I apply for more than one mentor?
    Yes, you can apply for up to three mentors. Please note, every mentor requires a personalized motivation letter.
  • I'm having trouble deciding who to apply for, how do you pick a good mentor?
    That all depends on your career goals for the upcoming months- so ask yourself where do you want to be in half a year or year from now. Do you want to expand your company in a certain field? Start your own company? Or side business? Do you want to gain a particular skill set? Or maybe you want to move up within your corporation? Choosing a good mentor FOR YOU depends on a lot of things. But we’ve seen that a good mentor mentee relationship and successful outcomes mainly depends on good chemistry aka. you two get along and that the person can give you relevant advice and know-how that will help to excel in YOUR personal career. So ask yourself: “Will I vibe well with this person?” “How is their career and experience relevant to mine?” “How will it help me get to where I want to be in a certain period of time?” "How could my mentor actually benefit from my knowhow and skillset?"
  • How long is the mentoring program?
    The official mentoring period is for half a year. The current mentoring batch is running until December 2024. The fall batch will have applications open in September, and the batch itself will run from October 2024 through to March 2025. However, some of the mentors will still be happy to support you after that period or even become friends.
  • Can I apply for a mentor who lives in another city?
    Absolutely. We encourage you to apply for mentors in other cities as well, especially if you have a certain goal, eg. expanding or establishing a business there or looking for a job in another country or if you're eager to get to know another culture.
  • How can I become a mentor myself?
    If you feel you would be a good fit, you can reach out to us here.
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