Christina is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.
Christina is a highly experienced and renowned international organisation consultant, executive coach, leadership development facilitator, and writer. She has spent several years working on post-merger integrations at Siemens where she developed her core expertise within M&A and have since been working on several large Global Culture Integration and M&A projects for clients such as DP/DHL, BASF, and Fujitsu.
For the past fifteen years, she has been working with leaders and management teams in Global DAX and Fortune 500 companies, guiding them through large-scale interventions in which a broader group of organisational stakeholders can be engaged in the process of development, transformation, innovation, and change. She is a trusted coach to CEOs and senior executives focusing on change management at both an organisational and individual level, where she is focusing on leadership in the “digital age” align them around strategy and to develop future success.
Christina holds a Masters in organisational psychology from Hannover University, a Masters in Professional Consulting from Columbia University/Siemens Learning Campus and a Professional Diploma in Executive Coaching from Ashridge Business School.
In addition, she has undergone intensive training in humanistic psychology such as Gestalt and Transaction Analysis, complexity theories as well as large group facilitation and interventions. Christina has just published a book on How to create Engagement.