Dr. Rasmus Tenbergen is Executive Director of the Institute for Leadership Development (www.ifld.de) and specialist for the Harvard Concept of Principled Negotiation. He studied political science and public administration at the Free University of Berlin and at Harvard University concentrating on Negotiation analysis. In 1998, he won the first prize in an internal Harvard Negotiation Competition. From 1996-1997, he was co-opted by former Chancellor Helmut Kohl to the national board of the governing party (CDU) in Germany. Since 2000, he has been lecturer in negotiation and leadership development at the Universities of Bonn and Erfurt.
CV Dr. Rasmus Tenbergen
Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Cambridge, MA
Master in Public Administration, June 2001
Course work includes: leadership, negotiation, international relations
Aachen Institute of Technology, Germany
PhD in Political Science, July 2000
Free University of Berlin, Germany
M.A. in Political Science, July 1996
1999-2008 Executive Director of the Institute for Leadership Development in Bonn, Germany
2000-2008 Executive Director of the World ParliamentExperiment (www.world-parliament.org)
2000-2004 Lecturer in Negotiation Analysis and Leadership Development at the Universities of Bonn and Erfurt, Germany
1996-1997 National Chairman of the Association of Christian-Democrat Students (RCDS).
1996-1997 Co-opted to the national board of the Christian Democrat Union (CDU) by former Chancellor Dr. Helmut Kohl.
Married to Katja Tenbergen
Conductor of the Fitzcarraldo Orchestra in Germany
Languages: German, English and French
Dr. Rasmus Tenbergen