Christian Sahr loves challenges. The business graduate was already involved in additional projects focusing on change management during his undergraduate studies in Würzburg and Freiberg. One of the projects he was involved focused on the introduction of sandwich training in Egypt (Cairo), followed by a change project he led in the production of lithium polymer accumulators at the Fraunhofer Institute. In 2008, he realised a demanding project by establishing a shipping company in the field of river cruises. After completing further training as a formal and systemic management coach, Christian Sahr joined processline in 2017, where he quickly developed into an organisational consultant with a broad project portfolio appreciated by clients and colleagues alike.
The storm after the calm! Sooner or later, change projects will reach a point where the organisation no longer perceives the change as a threat, but as an opportunity. The entire organisation looks ahead and embarks on a new journey with enthusiasm and continuously inspiring, positive energy. The initial hesitant reserve and partial rejection turn into enthusiasm and zest for action. Accompanying this part of the change process is immensely motivating!
Understanding an organisation using an evolutionary approach and deriving optimal measures together with the respective stakeholders, is always an exciting and very individual challenge. Often, the actual challenges are not posed by purely management aspects but the alignment of all stakeholders on a common goal. Accompanying organisations and their employees in the change process requires a high degree of flexibility, vigilance and discretion. The resulting constant changes and adaptations generally provide an exciting challenge in every project.
I love to spend my free time as a player and coach on the tennis court, or as chairman of the club behind the scenes. The complexity of the physical stress and the flexibility of tactics and strategy make tennis a unique sport, in my opinion.