CV Peter Spang

born 1957 in Germany
married, two daughters

since 1987 coach, consultant, facilitator for teams and individuals
core competencies: executive and performance coaching, adaptive change processes, leadership development via concrete business challenges, team building and alignment
since 2010 back in Munich; in addition to ongoing work projects in Sweden with regional development organizations
2007 - 2009 based in Tel Aviv; ongoing work in Europe; in Israel individual coaching  for people from the artistic community; intensive inquiry into the political and psychological issues of the Middle East conflict and its inherent adaptive challenges (Prof. Daniel Bar-Tal)
since 2000 close cooperation with friend and collegue Dr. Martin Herrmann and his international consultants network of Herrmann & Associates, co-developing the ChallengeX® method. Workshop facilitator and coach to major corporations dealing with complex challenge. Consultant and coach to midsize companies and their leaders dealing with reorganization and change
1999 publication of the book 'Zennis' at Goldmann, Germany, and
1998 at Penguin Putnam, USA
since 1996 co-leader of a coaching education (Process Coaches®) in Uppsala, Sweden
1996 founding of the label 'Zen Sports®'
since 1994 cooperation with Futures Unlimited, a British-Swedish group specialized in leadership development and coaching programs. Together development of an innovative change approach for communities and non-governmental organizations ('Community of Leaders'), focusing on the creation of stronger purpose, common ground and the mobilization of staff
1992 begin of independent consulting work
1987 founding of 'Inner Coaching', an innovative approach for working with professional athletes, teams and trainers. First opportunities arise for the knowledge transfer from sports to management
1983 - 1991 managing director and member of the board of a NGO in the area of sustainable development
1978 - 1982 tennis professional, ATP, German Bundesliga, played i.a. Ivan Lendl und Boris Becker; career high of 250 ATP, with coach Niki Pilic
1977 university-entrance diploma
grown up in Cairo and Munich