Björn Schigt, Certified Coach
Phone: +41797740692   |   Languages: English German Dutch
Contact Address: Tiergartenstrasse 14 | 8802 Kilchberg (ZH) | Switzerland
Björn provides a foundation for growth and performance through STRATZR and Ascend to your Summit, an organisational & human advisory company. Coaching training & certification: * HEC Paris & Oxford University - Consulting & Coaching for Change * Marshall Goldsmith - SCC individual & team * New Ventures West/Third Space - Integral Development Coaching Björn is a Dutch/Swiss national, lived in 7 countries and is fluent in English, German and Dutch. His professional career took him to all corners of the globe, in consulting, operational and executive roles. During 17 years, his employers were mainly blue chip companies, before he decided to start share his experience to make his clients grow and perform. Björn is currently completing his Master Thesis for the Executive Master Consulting & Coaching for Change (2020) at Oxford University Said Business School & HEC Paris. The topic is about the CEO's responsibility to establish psychological safety in the management team. He holds two Master degrees in Business Administration from Rotterdam School of Management and in International Management from CEMS.
Before I became a professional life coach in 2016, I was active in consulting, operational and executive roles over 17 years for: Holcim (now LafargeHolcim), the world’s #1 building materials supplier) CRH, the world’s #3 building materials supplier Hilti, a global leader in construction technology, products, and systems Engie, a global energy and services group And on voluntary base, I was a startup Mentor East Africa for Enpact
Master in Social Sciences Oxford University & HEC Paris (Consulting & Coaching for Change MScBA from Rotterdam School of Management CEMS Master of International Management Executive Courses from Harvard Business School, IMD Lausanne, London Business School, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Positive Psychology certification from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Introduction to Psychology at Yale
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