Tom spent four years learning the ropes of industry and banking,
as well as linguistics (English, French, German) in the United
States, Germany and Switzerland. After working in financial and
insurance services, he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Economics
and became a partner in a brokerage firm.
It was about then, in the mid-1980s, that he realized it was all
about human communications. This focus continued during his studies
of psychology and philosophy at the University of Cologne, as well
as at Columbia University.
In 1996, Tom established the international business development
and management consultancy 3C New York, Inc., with the corporate
vision of realizing potential in international firms through human
communications. The response among corporate clients is overwhelming
- and among cross-culture workshop participants nothing less than
Today, Tom is still drawn irresistibly to human communications
in the corporate world. In addition to the services provided by
3C New York, Tom Ernsing offers comprehensive individual and executive
coaching, life coaching, counseling, communications and cross-culture
training. He is now based in Chicago and Duesseldorf.
Tom is a German-born U.S. citizen.
Alliance Asset Management, Alliance Capital,
Allied Signal, AT&T, Bayer USA, Bertelsmann, BMW Financial
Services, BMW Industries Inc., Boehringer Ingelheim, Bristol Myers
Squibb, Charter House, Coopers & Lybrand, Country Home Bakers,
Dade Behring, Deutsche Bank, Dortmund-Project, Frankfurter Allgemeine
Zeitung, International Business School, GE Capital, General Electric,
German-American Chamber of Commerce New York, Goedecke, Heidelberger
Zement, Lehigh Portland Cement/Vulkan-Holding, Holzmann AG, McKinsey
& Company, PIMCO, Raytion GmbH, Richard Lewis Communications, Sagem Défense Sécurité SA France,
SAP America, Siemens, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Thaiher, Proffitt +
Wood, Turner Construction, Hochtief, Warner Lambert, Wirtschaftsfoerderung
Nordrhein Westfalen, Windham International, Woolworth.
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