Stephan Polomski

Stephan Polomski

Stephan Polomski is director human resources and coach, consultant and trainer specializing in leadership and organisation development as well as employer branding.

Stephan has over 25 years of international experience in different leading positions and various industries like TV and journalism, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, energy, mobility, design and engineering as well as automotive.

He was born in 1963 and studied in Berlin, Florence, Rome, Bejing and Pforzheim graduating with two master degrees in arts and humanities and in economics. Two times he was DAAD fellow.

Furthermore he is a number of times certified as coach and trainer.

Professional Focus

  • Organizational and Leadership Development
  • Employer Branding and Corporate Communication
  • Consulting, Coaching, Training
  • Change Management and Facilitation

Peak experiences of my career

  • 1985, 1986: Working with Jean-Pierre Ponnelle in Munich and in Zurich
  • 1991: Writing and directing "Pop And Porn" for Südwestfunk (German Public Network)
  • 1992: Writing and directing "She Appears Like A Hero" for Südwestfunk (German Public Network) with Hildegard Behrens on the heorines of Richard Wagner
  • 1995: Writing and directing "The Middle Ages In Manhattan" for ZDF and Arte (German Public Network) on the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • 2001: Introducing the "CARE"-Concept with employer branding and the 4-stakeholder-approach at Merck Ltd., Thailand and repositioning the company on the value "CARE"
  • 2002/2003: Change management at Amata Power Ltd., Thailand (B. Grimm Group)
  • 2007: Leadership development programm at XTRONIC GmbH
  • 2009: Top employer certificate for "Engineers", CRF at XTRONIC GmbH
  • 2011/2012: Top employer certificate "Automotive", CRF at XTRONIC GmbH

Up Close & Personal with Stephan Polomski

Caring Leadership for me is the continuous awareness that I am, as a leader, part of a social system, which is to be balanced by my own performance of communication and behavior.

Leo Tolstoi: War and Peace

Yet, also the opposite might be true.

For the last years, this is certainly the encounter with Arnold Retzer in Heidelberg during my professional training in systemic consulting.

The grass grows by itself.