Emmanuel Jeger

Background

Emmanuel is an experienced executive coach and facilitator who believes in bringing a human face into business. He has designed and delivered management and team cohesion seminars and led and trained managers in both French and English. His areas of expertise include team management and business development and negotiation in multicultural environments. In addition, he also brings 12 years of hand-on experience in the high-tech sector.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Jeger worked as a sales engineer for such companies as diAx, Matra Ericsson Telecommunications and France Telekom. His tasks included managing bilateral agreement negotiations with 20 operators in Europe and North America, coordinating actions between FT and subsidiaries’ (Global One) offices abroad, and overseeing the account of major companies of the Alcatel, Bouygues, Dassault and Matra Groups. He also managed national sales teams, coordinated sales programs, and piloted outplacement modules for Swisscom. Mr. Jeger repeatedly surpassed his goals by up to 170% and delivered 2,000 hours of training for 860 people from a wide range of professions.

Mr. Jeger holds a CEFA MBA from Reims Management School with a specialization in International Business as well as an engineering degree with a specialization in telecommunication and Networks from Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Génie Electrique in Rouen, France. He works in French and English and is conversational in Spanish.

Skills & Accreditations

  • Trained in Transactional Analysis/Counseling (AT Centre, Geneva) and Organization (EATO, Lyon + counseling group, Paris), specializing in Berne Organizational Theory – a diagnostic and systems analysis tool
  • GCI Institute - Globe Contact International (Switzerland), qualified coach
  • Several psychometric instruments such as TMS, Arc-en-Ciel - DISC, Interqualia, and Strong CEFA MBA
  • MBA, International Business, Reims Management School

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