Mathias Ulmann

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Mathias Ulmann Mathias-UlmannMathias Ulmann is a communications consultant and was a parlementary speaker in the French Senate.

Mathias Ulmann studied politics and communication science at the Institut d'études politiques in his native Paris. For eight years he was a parliamentary speaker in the French Senate and in the Assemblée Nationale, where he defined “spin”, wrote speeches and maintained interfaces with journalists and member networks. After filling several leading creative and strategy positions in international network agencies between 2006 and 2011, he has been advising companies on communication issues since 2012. In parallel, he works as a consultant with a focus on “digital” and as a speech writer for leading politicians.

Latest posts

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Learning from the Spin Doctor: 6 success tips the professional life

The spin doctor spends most of his time in terms, options, and hypotheses, and is wholly a part of the intellectual service profession. What can you learn from him? Read more

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Act like a spin doctor: change management and agenda setting

No other term has found such a beautiful and warm place in business literature as “change management”. The management itself has almost been reduced to change management. Read more