Herb Nestler brings
to his executive training and coaching programs a unique
background and varied experiences which make him ideally
suited as a facilitator for professional seminars and
Educated in the United States where he lived for the
first 40 years of his life, Nestler received a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Education and a Master of Arts in
Communication from Northwestern University.
As a university professor
he was on the faculties of the University of Illinois
at Chicago, North Central College and the European Division
of the University of Maryland where he specialized in
business and interpersonal communication as well as
media and theatre. As a trainer, he has presented seminars
and workshops for private corporations in the United
States, Canada, and Europe on effective business communication
He has served as Director
of Education for an international trade association
headquartered in the U.S. and was responsible for the
training of volunteer leaders in the worldwide Rotary
club organization of more than one million members where
he served as Division Manager for International Meetings
and Travel. He has organized training and management
meetings in 27 countries. He has also held sales and
general management positions with the Westinghouse and
Plough Broadcasting companies for which he regularly
negotiated international contracts with an annual worth
in the tens of millions of US dollars.
A resident of Germany
since 1988, he was the first person in Europe
to be certified by the Center for Creative Leadership
(CCL) to conduct their leadership seminars. He is also
a trained Myers-Briggs Type Indicator feedback giver
as well as PMI counselor.
His training programs have been held throughout Europe,
the Middle East, North and South America, Africa and
Asia and include a wide range of business communications
and management skills.
Herb has also designed and conducted programs for the
City Colleges of Chicago, the International Association
for Exposition Management (IAEM), the Technical University
of Munich and Meeting Professionals International (MPI).
He is a member of the American Society for Training
and Development (ASTD) and the Society for Intercultural
Education, Training and Research (SIETAR).