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Stucki Leadership-Teambuilding AG

Leadership is not teachable but learnable
Stucki has been conducting leadership and team-building seminars since 1984. Before that, founder Robert Stucki, an engineer by training, headed specialist teams as a corporate executive. A mountain guide in his spare time, he also had the chance to lead crack teams under extreme conditions. In doing so, he observed striking differences in team dynamics in terms of full use of potential, enthusiasm for the task at hand, and mutual acceptance and support of another.
These observations coupled with his awareness of the crucial importance of social competence for executives led him to develop leadership seminars that both demand and encourage an equal use of muscle, heart, and mind.

Read more about Stucki’s expertise, and hear what Bob Selden has to say . . .

The Stucki Group is based in Thun (Switzerland). Its affiliates, specialized in team-building and leadership seminars, are located in Thun and Yverdon (Switzerland), Carcavelos (Iberia) and Port of Spain (Trinidad/
The Group’s staff is international and multilingual. Due to their personal business and/or management experience, our facilitators are able to find the optimal training formula for each customer’s needs. The Stucki Group is a member of the global Association for Experiential Education (AEE).

Bob Selden says . . .

“Stucki’s have been designing, developing and implementing experiential learning for the last 25 years.  I’ve experienced their expertise and professionalism over the last 4 years at IMD, Switzerland.  Their learning exercises and professional facilitators are second to none.”

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