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Dr. Simon Drescher

Communication at the heart of organisational transformation

Communications Consultant and Author

Dr. Simon Drescher is a communications consultant and writes for academic and educational publications. He works with companies, foundations, and official institutions and heads the ‘Disruptive Rhetoric’ research and consultancy project at the University of Tübingen, which looks at supporting strategic innovation and transformation in organizations.

Dr. Simon Drescher

How Communication Leads to Social Freedom

A constant source of inspiration for Simon is in observing how analyzing and optimizing our communication can lead to discussion, understanding, and new beliefs. When we have a better understanding of the patterns in how we speak and act, we can shape the impact that we have. This gives us ever more social freedom.

Dr. Simon Drescher

Professional Experience

Simon studied General Rhetoric and Philosophy at the University of Tübingen. He completed a PhD (summa cum laude) in action-theoretical and epistemological aspects of rhetoric. While studying for his doctorate, he completed a course to become a business trainer and has been working as one for many years now.

Dr. Simon Drescher

Strengths: Making the Connection between Theory and Practice in a Supportive Environment

Connecting socio-psychological and rhetorical theory with their practical applications makes Simon’s seminars and workshops on communication strategy development effective and constructive. Simon carefully takes his clients out of their comfort zones and quickly establishes a level of trust, making it easy for his participants to be open to new ideas and experiences.

Dr. Simon Drescher

Character

  • Target-oriented
  • Powerful
  • Empathic
  • Spontaneous
  • Reflected

Core Skills

  • Transformation support
  • Change communication
  • Communications training
  • Media training
  • Workshop facilitation
  • Event facilitation
  • Conflict management

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