Global Leadership Consultants

EXECUTIVE PROFILE


Kim is a Partner of Oxford Leadership.

A highly regarded strategist and researcher, formerly with Copenhagen Business School, Kim is best known for his ground-breaking research on innovation and corporate social responsibility and, in conjunction with Harvard Professor, Dr Michael Porter, research related to the competitive advantage of nations. Based in Denmark, Kim works in Danish and English.

Expertise
The key concept of Kim’s consulting work is the building of trust, trust between management and staff to improve performance and employee satisfaction. Trust between companies to enable cooperation, synergy and increased competitiveness. Trust between companies and stakeholders to facilitate sustainable development in regions and countries.

Qualifications
Kim holds a Masters Degree in Political Science from The University of Copenhagen and holds his Ph.D. from the Copenhagen Business School. Awarded the Tietgen Gold Medal for outstanding research in International Economics and Strategic Planning and the Business Economist 1st Prize for outstanding research in company stakeholder relations.

Clients
BASF, Electrolux, McDonalds, Adecco, Devoteam, Barwa, Roxtec


After a rather extensive exploration, we decided to hire Kim Møller to open our first ever Sales Conference, elaborating on the subject of “Leadershipin a Growing Multilateral Alliance”, during a 90 minutes speech. He brought in authoritative, high level perspectives using accessible language and a clear, pleasant speaking style. Innovative ideas blended well with his ethical “call of duty” approach. The audience loved it and the conference was eventually a big success. Highly recommended if you are looking for a seasoned, entertaining orator with board-level experience in leadership building, capable of delivering thought-provoking messages that will trigger change.
Mauro OrettiAir Transport ExecutiveSkyteam
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