Bjorn Martinoff is a thought leader featured on Bloomberg TV’s Thought Leader Series, an award winning CEO Coach, Author, radio show host, Executive Development facilitator, and keynote speaker who has shared the stage with Greats like Jack Canfield, and Ram Charan. He is the author of a series of books starting with ‘Develop Exponential Power’ which was recommended reading by Harvard’s most influential global leadership thinker Marshall Goldsmith. He is coauthor of the OD Network Book ‘OD in Practice’ with William Rothwell and Roland Sullivan, two of the world’s leading Organization Development thought leaders. In his work, Bjorn combines hands-on experience with cutting-edge insights from the behavioral sciences, action learning, extensive research, and integral development toward new and cutting edge approaches and frameworks to help even the world’s greatest leaders expand their individual and organizational capabilities and performance.
Bjorn brings to the table a unique blend of expertise backed up by extensive experience in providing the most modern leadership solutions to the world’s largest and most sophisticated corporations, helping individual executives and teams deal with work and personal issues such as leadership, authenticity, stress, alignment, trsut, career development and transition, interpersonal relationships, work-life balance, strategic planning, teambuilding, etc.
Bjorn finds meaning and much success in assisting his clients produce breakthrough results.
With his client-centered, solution-focused, empowering and non-judgmental coaching style, he partners with his clients in a collaborative coaching process of reflection, frameworks, discovery and taking action toward positive change and sustainable breakthroughs in performance.
Among others, Bjorn frequently writes for PMAP Magazine, HRM Magazin, the Business World, and the ISODC magazine
Samples of private sector experience include: Samsung, Sony, Dell, IBM, Unilab, Johnson & Johnson, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Infiniti, Porsche, Audi, VW, General Motors, Nissan, Maersk, Unilever in 11 countries, AVON, Pfizer, Nestle in six countries, Lufthansa, Intel, La Farge, NCO Group, L’Oreal, Procter & Gamble, Navitaire/Accenture, Twinings, Ovaltine, San Miguel Corporation, Logica, Cognizant, Spint, UBS, Eli Lilly, Bristol Lufthansa, Citigroup, Sunpower, Speedo, ON Semicon (former Motorola), Cypress, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Sitel.