MARKUS DRUDE

Psychology graduate


KEY FOCUS

  • Management and executive coaching, management team coaching
  • Career coaching aimed at developing the personality and talents potential of young and high potentials
  • Planning and implementation of management development programmes at a variety of levels in larger corporations and medium-sized enterprises(Advanced Leader, High-Potentials)
  • Consulting, process design and process mentoring in strategic change management projects (e.g. planning and implementing management feedback and staff performance systems) 
  • Consulting, planning and mentoring in the launch of staff development systems in medium-sized enterprises
  • Leadership and skill training programmes in large corporations, medium-sized enterprises and public authorities
  • Planning and implementation of team and interface workshops (team building, innovation, strategy and strategy implementation) 
  • Talks on issues such as corporate development, effective employee development and training, sustainable change management

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Psychology and sociology at the universities of Hamburg and Hanover
  • Professional sportsman - German snooker and billiard champion
  • National trainer, performance coach and TV commentator 
  • Conceptual and operational personnel and organisational development, DaimlerChrysler AG
  • Six years as coach, consultant, facilitator and change manager in a corporate consultant's office for large corporations and medium-sized enterprises, Management Center Hamburg AG, of which four years as managing partner
  • Since 2009, freelance coach and consultant for large corporations and medium-sized enterprises, in Germany and abroad

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Systematic coaching training (Schwabe Kommunikation und Management GmbH, Hanover)
  • Change management training as a process mentor in personnel and organisational development (Schwabe Kommunikation und Management GmbH, Hanover)
  • Diverse course (organisational consulting, project management, moderation) 
  • Continuous supervision