Speaker Christian Gansch vividly demonstrates leadership through his lectures and how companies can learn from orchestras. Christian gives insights into the orchestral leadership of employees in companies and explains the role of self-motivation and the ideal management of stress situations in any company.
Why you should book speaker Christian Gansch:
- In speaker Christian Gansch’s presentations, he shows valuable parallels between business and music and explains how managers can direct the interaction of employees.
- Each lecture of the conductor and manager is unique. In all of Christian’s lectures, he specifically addresses the questions and wishes of his audience members.
- Christian captivates the audience and the audience becomes part of an orchestra. They experience the rhetorically presented theory in practice.
Speaker Christian Gansch has worked as conductor of international orchestras. He has conducted, the BBC Orchestra and served as a leader of the Munich Philharmonic
Orchestra between 1981 and 1990. In the music industry, he was primarily involved in the production of well-known artists, including Claudio Abbado and Anna Netrebko. He has produced
several CDs with these artists.
As conductor and producer, Speaker Christian Gansch has received numerous awards and several Grammys. He has also conducted well-known operas in England and Asia. In Venice, he
conducted Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Orchestra Teatro la Finice and in England he was successful with Mozart’s opera The Marriage of Figaro. As a book author, he focused on corporate management and published his book in 2014 entitled From Solo to Symphony – What Companies Can Learn from Orchestras.
In his lectures, the conductor also gives insights into this book and provides the audience with top-class suggestions for leadership work in companies. He also conveys his own experiences in his lectures and reveals them to the audience with a great deal of humor. The lectures of speaker Christian Gansch are always adapted to the corresponding wishes and ideas of the client. This makes each of his speeches unique and is also a special challenge for Gansch.
Christian analyzes the highly professional strategies of professional orchestras, sheds light on the complex orchestral leadership processes and the interplay of different forces across departments. His original look behind the scenes of the orchestral world has a deeply inspiring effect, not least because he does not use PowerPoint presentations, but only gripping musical examples.
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