Dr. Finn Majlergaard

Global Leadership and Change Leader

Dr Finn Majlergaard is a Global Leadership and Change Leader at Global Minds Network. He is an international thought leader who brings extensive experience in the areas of leadership, cross-cultural management, and organizational change. Pioneering new perspectives in leadership development, Finn has enjoyed a global career through his management consulting firm, the launch of international start-ups, as well as senior management positions with IBM, CSC, and Arthur Andersen Business Consulting.

Finn is the founder and CEO of Gugin, a global management consulting and leadership development firm. Gugin helps international organizations develop winning corporate cultures and facilitates integration of cultures after mergers or acquisitions. Since its founding in 2001, Finn and Gugin have worked with more than 600 companies around the world on consulting, training and crisis management. Prior to launching Gugin, Finn led international initiatives and programs within the finance industry for IBM, CSC and Arthur Andersen Business Consulting. In addition to his role at Gugin, Finn is a visiting professor at a number of business schools and universities in Asia and Europe, including HEC Executive Education, Toulouse Business School, and University of Nottingham Ningbo China. He has delivered thought-provoking presentations to leaders and teams at conferences and corporate events around the world.

A recognized author, Finn has published articles and two books on cross-cultural leadership. He also serves as a regular columnist at Entrepreneurship Magazine India. Based in France, Finn is a native of Denmark and a global citizen who has worked across the world. He enjoys organizing survival trips in the French Alps and the Borneo Rainforest for leadership teams who need to get far out of their comfort zone. Finn holds a doctorate degree from the International School of Management in Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai and New York in addition to a MBA from Henley Business School, UK.