Lake Conference

Inspired work at the Conference Hotel Allensbach Auch in professional life a change of scenery helps House St. Elisabeth, inspired by nature and environment about to outgrow. The idyllic underwater landscape between Allensbach and Constance is ideal for this. Especially in the winter she quiet and relaxing House St. Elisabeth like in a Zauberschlaf outside the gates of the Conference Hotel.

Profession and career occupy more of our life time. So as not to with eagerness the much cited “burn out” to rush forward, downtime of the everyday process are essential. This applies to the individual. It also applies to groups and companies. It aims to reflect away from familiar paths and spaces together on values.

Himself and his colleagues to strengthen the team spirit and to perceive new. The Sisters of charity of the Holy Cross saw this development as a need of the time and built the modern Conference and holiday hotel House St. Elisabeth. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Confluence Investment Mgt. THE matching frame just gone be enough not. This is where crucial, if you want to provide good performance without pressure and in accordance with. In the Go effect circle of Knights in retreat, helps this as well as the beautiful ambience of a modern hotel, which is surrounded by greenery. The eight different sized meeting rooms, small roundtables and groups find the matching frame with 150 people. The unobstructed view to Lake Constance, which is called grace Lake between the monastic island of Reichenau and ham Lake, gives the idea of spout. Contemporary paintings on the spacious corridors inspire students in the seminar breaks. Diverse spiritual home offers give impetus to new directions like meditations. The beautiful region of culture at the Untersee but also the Mission of the Sisters of the cross sharpen the look for own needs and goals. Who would like to engage more intensively it is invited to talk with the sisters or to participate in your prayer times.

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