Andreas Kaufmann

Andreas Kaufmann, Austrian, lives in Berlin and runs ICM´s office in Germany. He joined ICM in Paris in 2001, with responsibility for consolidating the ICM Survey department, managing the survey team, validating ICM questionnaires and providing in-depth interpretations for various studies including the Culture Bridging Fundamentals© cultural audit.

Andreas works with international clients involved in strategic change or post-merger/acquisition integration processes. In his work with senior leaders Andreas has been exploring how they can best develop and use their Emotional Intelligence. He has also developed big group technologies to help organizations sort out strategic business issues. Andreas has developed and facilitated leadership training programs for INSEAD, Rexam, sanofi-aventis and Gilead. Other clients include EADS Telecom, Chronopost, ECK (a Polish energy producer), Geopost, DPD, Chiron BioPharmaceuticals, Air France KLM, TTE and Faurecia.

In addition to his work with ICM, Andreas is a business advisor to a Europe-wide Art TV channel in Berlin as well as to a software development company in Austria.

Andreas graduated from the University of Innsbruck in International Business and Economy. As part of his studies in Educational Science, he completed a project on intercultural training between Spain and France.

Andreas works in German, French and English.

 

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Rebound—or the Joys of Failure

by on Tuesday the 8th of March 2016

In a minute or two of trawling around LinkedIn you will be amazed at the great men who all sing the praises of failure: from Churchill to Michael Jordan; from Kennedy to Henry Ford; from James Joyce to Abraham Lincoln. On the other hand, you won’t read much about Joe Dorn, a baker in Pocatello, […]

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