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Martin Haase

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Martin Haase (* January 16, 1955 in Wuppertal, Germany), management consultant and leadership coach.


In 1976 Martin Haase finished (Abitur) school at Gymnasium Marienhöhe in Darmstadt, then he studied at the universities of Bonn and Cologne. Until 1982 he was a teacher at the Ville Gymnasium in Erftstadt.Then he worked successfully in management positions for various companies: (Pixifoto GmbH in Cologne, Quantec Tonstudiotechnik GmbH in Munic, Eurocard GmbH in Frankfurt, Lufthansa AirPlus GmbH in Neu Isenburg, Advent-Wohlfahrtswerk in Hannover, Inter-European Division in Berne, ADRA Deutschland in Weiterstadt) .

In 1991 Haase founded the management consultancy oKae management support.


Martin Haase engagiert sich für soziale Projekte. Er ist Mitbegründer des gemeinnützig anerkannten Vereins für Online-Kommunikation staonline e.V. und seit 1997 dessen Vorsitzender. Im Februar gründete Haase bei openBC (Xing) das Global Leadership Symposium für Führungsfragen. Seit Oktober 2006 arbeitet er als Redakteur bei Citizendium mit.

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Martin Haase oKae management support Global Leadership Symposium staonline eV --NetRabbit 04:52, 14 November 2006 (CST)

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