For 3,013 days at KPMG, the global advisory firm, my biggest enemy wasn’t my suit. For 3,013 days my biggest enemy wasn’t my tie. And for 3,013 days not even the baloney bingo we played every single day was my biggest enemy. For 3,013 days my biggest enemy was… the meeting!
Together, in a highly energetic workshop . . . → Read More: Kill The Meeting, Do Workshops
The other day, I was strolling through Galeria Kaufhof, a mega department store at Berlin’s busy Alexanderplatz. I needed some training gear. I’d just purchased Blu-Tack and moderation cards when I received a reminder mail by the Berlin School of Creative Leadership.
S***, I thought. I’d forgotten about their President’s Lecture. Bill Roedy was about to speak on . . . → Read More: The Day I Met Bill Roedy
The other day, I was sitting in my friend Prof. Conor Neill‘s class on persuasive communication. What a fantastic program! Those 135 Executive MBAs from IESE Business School were delighted with his teachings.
I’m not a a great reader of business books. Maybe I should read more, but I’m always so afraid of copying stuff. Conor is . . . → Read More: Can A Mercedes-Benz Influence You?
At the age of 17 to 18 I played football in the highest league – Bavaria North. Our club was called VfB Coburg. We came from a small town in Northern Bavaria and, at times, we had to compete with the juvenile teams of first division giants. It felt like David vs. Goliath!
When you play at . . . → Read More: From Football To Business – Be A Game Changer
I have to admit it! Ever since I tasted Red Bull for the first time back in 1995, I’m a great fan of the original energy drink from Austria. Some say it tastes like gummy bears. Well, I love gummy bears too!
The Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz had the original idea and vision to globally market a local . . . → Read More: Do You Want To Be A Burn Or A Red Bull?