Bernhard Kerres

A knack for innovation.
A passion for classical music.

Bernhard Kerres is a sought-after executive coach and keynote speaker based in Vienna, Austria. He was the first opera singer to become a C-level executive of multi-million Euro tech companies. And he was the only artistic director of a world-leading concert house to bring his startup to Silicon Valley.

Read more about Bernhard -> HERE

Case Study: Bernhard Kerres - From Opera Singer to CEO
Bernhard Kerres at the Global Peter Drucker Forum 2019

“Be great at learning. The moment you stop learning is the moment you begin to die.” How can employers make space for learning, and how can we as individuals tackle the work of learning that transforms careers and organizations?

Learning for a Living | MIT Sloan Management Review

Learning at work is work, and we can make it easier.

Wealth cannot be measured in money!

#espressothoughts #coach #coaching

Join us for a "Drucker Moment" in world history

The Forum will be delivered in a hybrid format, with some speakers and audience present at the Vienna Hofburg Palace & others joining via digital rooms or livestream.


#DruckerForum #leadership

Die Uniqa reagierte früh und entschlossen auf die Krise. Doch wie groß ist die Herausforderung für den Versicherungskonzern tatsächlich? Andreas Brandstetter, CEO der @uniqagroup und Präsident von @InsuranceEurope, im Interview.

Nina Haidinger war in führender Position bei der Boston Consulting Group tätig, bevor sie sich als Mindful Executive Coach selbstständig machte. Was bedeutet dies genau und warum benötigt es das Konzept des Mindful Executive – besonders in Krisenzeiten?

To allow ourselves to pause in the liminal space, to linger with a question that this moment begs us to…

Let Yourself Be Unproductive. At Least for a Little While.

Sometimes it’s the best way to grow.

Another hopeful sign... Opera returns to @Teatro_Real this evening with La traviata. Adaptations could point a way forward for other houses:

Madrid's Teatro Real reopens with socially distanced opera

Verdi‘s La Traviata reimagined with cast and orchestra wearing face masks