Christoph Teege

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Christoph Teege TeegeChristoph Teege is Quizbox World Champion and German Champion in boxing.

The Dipl.-Ing. (FH), born 1981, is speaker (speaker), book author, box coach and lecturer at the universities of Hildesheim, Hanover and Cologne. The strategy expert is Quizbox World Champion, WBU Semipro European Champion and WBU Semipro German Boxing Champion. Christoph Teege offers lectures and training sessions with elements of boxing under the slogan “Education meets boxing”. He thus promotes a healthy, performance-oriented corporate and leadership culture.

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Defeating self-doubt and focusing on goals: How to take advantage of opportunities!

Everyone has to deal with them in the course of the career: self-doubt. There is no doubt that we are gnawing at each other, one at a time, at the other less. Learn how to defeat you and see opportunities. Read more

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Motivation and Mindset of Generation Y: Rethink work

Even ten years after my studies, I maintain contact with former fellow students, and I remain in dialogue with them. I had to realize that most of them were like me. They have changed companies, have new tasks and positions. Only today do they feel adequately remunerated. Read more

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