Coaching & Facilitation

"Can you imagine what it would be like for you to be in a state of endless and limitless readiness?"

"Ready regardless of what's going on around you and who you are or are not with at the time. Ready to take action, even if the action required is to be completely still and calm - to wait for the precise moment when action would make the most difference."

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Facilitation Training Programs

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Bert Feustel - Associate

Bert Feustel is an associate of JS Riggio International Inc. As a native German speaker Bert runs JSRI programs delivered in German throughout Europe, most often held in Germany. Mr. Feustel has been a business consultant, management and communication trainer and business coach for 12 years. He has developed train-the-trainer seminars, team-developement and leadership seminars and trained for Citibank, Compaq, Siemens, and other companies in IT, financial services, insurance, pharmaceutical, media and also international sport federations.

Mr. Feustel is a member of ASTD and a presenter at the 2001 annual ASTD conference. He founded his company in 1991: mind systems! Institut for strategic communication, which is based in Munich Germany.
He is an NLP Master Trainer since 1994, founder of the German Association for NLP (GANLP and DVNLP), member in the board of directors of INLPTA (International NLP Trainers Association) and doing NLP Practitioner, Master-Practitioner and Trainer-Trainings frequently. His speciality is to adapt the NLP for business audiences and to tailor the training for the individual needs of the participants. His trainings are interesting, motivating, informative effective, efficient and concise.

Mr. Feustel's specializes in team-developement, communications, leadership, improved performance, conflict management, coaching and modelling (transfering expertise). His interests are systems theory, cognitive sciences and behavioral sciences.