Original. On point. Delivering the message
During his life and career, idea evangelist Jens Kiel has been asked to speak on- and off-topic on many occasions. With unbridled enthusiasm, passion, and optimism, he talks about work ethics, communication, business development, and food. In English or German, online or in person, and always with a smile.
For example, when you hear Jens speak about Fogo de Chão – his favorite Brazilian churrascaria – you can feel the excitement and anticipation of the dining experience, learn all about the meat cuts, and the variety in the side dishes and the Market Table salad bar. Soon enough, you want to call and make a reservation. Bom apetite!
One of his favorite subjects is the attitude of servitude, a unique mindset professional service companies embrace to serve their customers better, and build lasting relationships. Three decades of experience in the business-to-business world of professional, technical and scientific service companies have produced many “aha” moments, resulting in communicable learning experiences.
With humor, wit, and a German accent, Jens calls out the cultural differences of the Old and the New World – and lessons learned mirror his love for America as much as his roots to the Ruhrgebiet – the industrial melting pot in the heart of Northrhine-Westphalia.
As Founder and CEO of Made in Germany, Jens spoke at these organizations and events:
- Apprenticeship in Motion
- Charleston Area Alliance
- Create West Virginia Conferences
- Generation Charleston
- Project Management Institute
- Score Mentors
- Toyota Veterans Association
- Veterans Health Administration
- West Virginia Chamber Resource-U
- West Virginia Society of CPAs
- West Virginia Small Business Administration
Nice to meet you. I'm looking forward to speaking with you!
One voice out of many:
"Jens Kiel is an exceptional and dynamic public speaker. He delivered
four webinars on Email Etiquette to an audience of 690 Contracting
Officers. This was probably our most successful webinar ever,
thanks to Mr. Kiel’s expertise on business soft skill topics."
- Mark Weinstein, US Department of Veterans Affairs, VHA