Manfred Bahr


My work takes me again and again to the big cities and metropolises: from Amsterdam to Berlin and Kiev. I enjoy travelling nationally and internationally - I get the necessary energy for this in my Franconian home country. Even after many years in the profession, I have always remained down-to-earth and do not deliver outlandish fantasies, but well-founded concepts that really help my clients to move forward. Learning, trying out, implementing and processing what I have learned and drawing conclusions - what is of essential importance for me in a seminar is at the same time the central theme of my life journey so far.

After more than 20 years "on stage" and well over 3,000 seminar days, participants can expect not only an entertaining seminar programme but also concrete and realisable tips. For me, it is most important to ensure sustainable success - this is achieved in particular through long-term, trusting cooperation. Realistically and with a view to a profitable future, I facilitate the transfer from theory to practice.

  • Management training, management development programs
  • Successful negotiation
  • Coaching and team development
  • Effective presentation
  • LEGO©SERIOUS PLAY© Facilitator
  • MBA
  • MSc in Human Resource Management
  • Study of business and management education
  • Since 01.04.2006: Partner of wilfertundbahr GbR, Augsburg
  • LEGO©SERIOUS PLAY© Facilitator
  • 5 years trainer and consultant at Neuland & Partner, at the same time supervisor of a major customer in the IT industry
  • Training as a chef and several years of management experience in the hotel industry
  • Educated as a trainer at the Trainer Academy Munich (TAM), at Neuland & Partner and online trainer training at the Haufe Academy
  • Further training as a systemic consultant (sys team, Fulda)
  • Curriculum Coaching and Team Development (isb, Wiesloch)
  • MBTI certified and ASSESS accredited
  • Reiss Motivation Profile© Master
  • Over 3,000 seminar days in the relevant subject areas
  • Training languages: German and English (since 1999 participants from over 60 nations)