WJSF professionals series: "High impact Leadership – a personal task"
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
We are very happy to welcome the new season with great events, seminars and company tours and hope you enjoy all the learnings, insights and networkings at WJSF / Wirtschaftsjunioren Deutschland!
First of all, we would like to thank the German American Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco for the great partnership so far and would like to announce our first seminar in 2013:
"High impact Leadership – a personal task" with the well recognized leadership coach Mr. Siegfried ‘Ziggy’ Moeglich.
In his inspirational presentation "High impact Leadership – a personal task" he will share his personal experiences and insights of almost 20 years working with managers and leaders. A transfer of theoretical models into daily work reality will provide excellent opportunities to reflect challenges and to create new opportunities for the personal course of action.
About the speaker:
Siegfried ‘Ziggy’ Moeglich has worked for more than fifteen years as a Mechanical Engineer in small and medium sized companies in Europe and as an ED for a multinational cooperation. In 1992 he changed his path of life to study Social Psychology. Soon after he started his consulting business for Leadership Development and Executive Coaching. He lives in San Francisco and Munich, works in Europe, the US and Asia. His clients are multinational companies as well as Charities and Startups.
When & Where
WJSF / Wirtschaftsjunioren San Francisco
Wirtschaftsjunioren San Francisco (WJSF)
We are the San Francisco based chapter of the Wirtschaftsjunioren Deutschland and a membership-based nonprofit organization which provides a networking and learning platform for young entrepreneurs and managers of any nationality in the Bay Area who are interested in developing their professional skills and broaden their personal knowledge.
The Chapter has been founded in 2012 by young managers and entrepreneurs in San Francisco in close collaboration with the German American Chamber of Commerce (GACC) in San Francisco (http://www.gaccsanfrancisco.com/en) and with the support of Wirtschaftsjunioren Deutschland (http://www.wjd.de) - the German arm of the Junior Chamber International (http://www.jci.cc).