Matthias K. Hettl

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Matthias K. Hettl hettlMatthias K. Hettl is an economist and advised the UN.

Dipl.-Ökonom, Dipl.-Betriebswirt (FH), has been working in various management positions with management and budget responsibility, in the management of a medium-sized company and as a consultant at the United Nations in New York. Since 1995, he is managing director of the management institute Hettl Consult in Rohr near Nuremberg. As an executive coach, trainer and management consultant, he and his team accompany board members, managing directors and executives with a focus on leadership skills and management skills. He has experience as a member of the Supervisory Board and has been a professor of management and marketing for several years. Matthias Hettl is a book and audio book author and author of numerous articles and works as an "excellent speaker" in the German-speaking area and in Europe.

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Successful meetings: 2 X 7 Tips for successful preparation and follow-up

An efficient meeting also requires an optimal preparation and follow-up - only then can a meeting be really efficient. Part of this should also be the question of whether a meeting is necessary at all. Read more


Success & Management (HR magazine)

Successful meetings: Efficiently solving problems

"Too many discussions are a clear sign of a bad organization," said British historian, sociologist and publicist Cyril Northcote Parkinson (1909 - 1993), who became world famous as the discoverer of Parkinson's Law. What does he want to tell us? Read more