Here writes: Boris Grundl

Best of HR – Berufebilder.de®Boris Grundl is a non-fiction author, management trainer, entrepreneur, owner of the Grundl Leadership Academy and as a wheelchair athlete Olympic participant. After graduating from high school in 1984 and serving as a reserve officer in the paratrooper battalion in Calw, Boris Grundl began studying sports science at the German Sport University in Cologne in 1986. At the same time he was a tennis player. In December 1990, Grundl was seriously injured: During a cliff jump in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, he broke his cervical vertebra and contracted quadriplegia, a special form of paraplegia that affects all four limbs. In August 1992, Boris Grundl, now dependent on a wheelchair, resumed his studies in sports science. He also studied psychology at the University of Cologne. In 1996 he was German runner-up in wheelchair rugby and in 1997 German champion in his class in wheelchair tennis. In 1997 he was voted the best European wheelchair rugby player, in 1999 he became vice European champion and took part in the Paralympics in Sydney in 2000 [5]. After working in management and sales between 1992 and 2001, Boris Grundl founded an academy for executives in October 2001. In addition to his work as a management consultant and leadership trainer, Grundl gives lectures on the topics of personality development, personal responsibility and leadership.






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