Herbert Nestler


Herb Nestler brings to his executive training and coaching programs a unique background and varied experiences which make him ideally suited as a facilitator for helping decision-makers navigate the challenging waters of today’s fast-moving business. Educated in the United States where he lived for most of his life, Nestler received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and a Master of Arts in Communication from Northwestern University. As a university teacher he was on the faculties of the University of Illinois at Chicago, North Central College and the European Division of the University of Maryland where he specialized in business and interpersonal communication as well as media and performing arts. As a trainer, he has presented seminars and workshops for private corporations in the United States, Canada, and Europe on effective business communication. He has served as Director of Education for an international trade association headquartered in the U.S. and was responsible for the training of volunteer leaders and well as staff executives in the worldwide Rotary club organization of more than 1.5 million members where he served as Division Manager for International Meetings and Travel. He has organized training and management meetings in 35 countries. He has also held sales and general management positions with the Westinghouse and Plough Broadcasting companies and has regularly negotiated international contracts with an annual worth in the tens of millions of US dollars. A resident of Germany since 1988, he was the first person in Europe to be certified by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) to conduct their leadership seminars. He is also a trained Myers-Briggs Type Indicator facilitator and is certified to administer the Pressure Management Indicator. Clients include Siemens, Bosch, Airbus, Continental Automotive, Kia Motors Europe, European Patent Office, Airbus, Goodyear Tire, Körber AG, Europol, Nycomed Pharmaceutical, etc.

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Intuition as a Key Factor for Implementing Theory U

As pointed out by many researchers and business coaches, the pace of change and complexity in organizations today is accelerating at an exponential rate.