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“Integrating my expertise as an Enneagram teacher with my background as a musician creates joy and lasting effects for both my clients and myself.”Contact
He began his career as a professional cellist, has taught at several universities, worked six years as an executive for an international media company, and spent eight years working for a US consulting firm. Martin has contributed to over 30 publications on communication in leadership, sales, and negotiations. He wrote the first book on the Enneagram and Leadership in Germany in 2008 with Ulf Toedter, “Fuhren ist Charaktersache” (Leadership is a Matter of Character). After several reprints, the current fourth edition was published in April 2021 with a new title “Authentisch führen mit Charakter” (Authentic Leadership With Character). Eight workbooks on the Enneagram and six CDs with music from Gurdjieff, classical music, and a selection of his own compositions for piano and cello have been published in the last decade.
He has worked with international corporations as well as numerous small- and medium-sized enterprises in Europe.
As the founder of Communications Consulting International in 1995, director of the Institute of Personality Development of the Boston Business School, and a senior consultant of the St. Gallen Group since 2000, Martin currently works with international leaders on executive development efforts throughout Europe, the United States, Canada, South America, and Asia. He uses his expertise as an Enneagram teacher and his background as a concert-level cellist to unearth the full potential in the clients he serves.
Martin speaks English, French, and German.