I’m Daniel Zinner.
A communicator, doer, structured creative, and father of three children. My goal is to help people to make their career and companies successful.
This question and other current topics will be explored in interviews with entrepreneurs at the Berliner Zinner.
“Thank you, Daniel, you are an inspiring person!”
My passion is to help companies grow. People are at the centre. My focus is on international HR management processes and communication.
As a consultant my approach is analyze, understand, implement, do.
My work focusses on complex processes in international networks, and especially on effective intercultural communication. In 2015, I published „The Global Mobility Profession“. In this book, I examine what skills and abilities professionals in the HR industry need to ensure a positive employee experience.
I share my knowledge and experience in international HR management and global mobility as a representative of the German Association for Personnel Management. Here, I moderate three experience exchange groups.
“Daniel has a very hands-on approach, provides clear answers, is extremely transparent & reliable.”
At conferences of EY, CERC or DGfP I give insights of my understanding why international exchange, cooperation and competition are the future for continued growth and prosperity for all.
“I’ve been able to attend one of his keynote speeches and went out extremely motivated.”
In 2010, I started my Master’s degree at Leipzig Graduate School of Management.
Entrepreneurship and leadership were keywords. It was the Leipzig Graduate School of Management that prepared me for complex issues that demanded more than simple answers. In today’s times of disruption in many areas of life, it is important to integrate everyone into a European and global framework.
It is vital to me to have my finger on the pulse of the times and to see where economic activities are heading. I would like to have a positive impact on the attitude of young people for sustainable and rule-based global trade.
Having a “Win-Win Mentality” I regularly share my knowledge and experience at the EDHEC Business School in Paris and New York University.
“I have known Daniel for several years as a guest lecturer at New York University’s graduate school. I am impressed by his passion for professionalizing the global mobility function at academic and workplace levels.”
“What I appreciated most about working with Daniel was his positive attitude and energy, true passion and dedication.”
International exchange, life-long learning, ethical leadership are all values that are close to my heart. Values represented by the International Business Honor Beta Gamma Sigma, with a network of over 800,000 members worldwide.
As president of the BGS Germany Alumni Chapter e.V., it is also important to me that our association promotes a close exchange between Europe and the USA.