About Me

Gerhard Wilke is an organisational and leadership development consultant. His client base is spread across Europe and he works in English and in German.

He studied Social Anthropology at King's College, Cambridge and became a group psychoanalyst at the Institute of Group Analysis in London.

Gerhard is an expert on how leaders, executive groups and the whole organisational culture interact, attain better performance and learn to move on.

Gerhard believes that relating to the people you work with and facing up to the real difficulties in the moment of a meeting is the key to performance, change and creativity. He sees himself as the 'outside' ear that can listen at a deeper level and help identify and circumnavigate the obstacles to change and innovation in your executive group and organisation.

His services to his client organisations have included: Individual and Group Coaching, Leadership Development, Trainee Programmes, Change Agent Support, Whole System Development and the facilitation of difficult meetings.

Gerhard's recent clients have included: Deutsche Telekom, Heidelberg Druck, Danfoss, Sauer-Danfoss, Sihl, Yello, Fundus and a range of public sector organisations in the UK, in Germany and Denmark.

He co-authored the recent research report on Leadership in Transition (2003), published by Ashridge Consulting. In 2001 he published a book entitled How to be a Good Enough GP, Radcliffe Medical Press which outlines and analyses his approach to reform in the National Health Service.

Most recently, he co-authored the very successful book Living Leadership, a practical guide for ordinary heroes, published by the Financial Times. 

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