Our team

We are connected by the intention to promote sustainable development. It is essential to transfer this approach to leadership and organizational development. For this we can offer a wide range of competencies and approaches. Our interdisciplinary team is diverse and reliable. We look forward to working together in a trustful partnership.


Klaus Schuler -

Main areas of consulting

  • Executive Coaching: Coaching Profile
  • Team development
  • Leadership Programs
  • Human Resource Strategy Support
  • Talent Strategy Consulting
  • Triple Bottom Line HR
  • Change management
  • Large Group Interventions
Professional stations
  • 2013 Foundation of Tripl3Leader, the management consultancy for sustainable market leaders
  • 2003 Managing Director of International Markets (EMEA, APAC, LatAm) at Personnel Decisions International
  • 1999 Merger of our own European consulting company WBB with Personnel Decisions International, PDI, and global integration. Managing
  • Director for the German and Eastern European markets
  • 1984 Foundation of the management consultancy for strategic personnel and organizational development, WBB, in Germany
  • First professional experience in personnel and management development departments of industrial companies

As a multiple company founder, Klaus Schuler can look back on over thirty years of professional experience in the field of management and leadership development. He was himself an international executive and was responsible for numerous country and product groups in a leading global management consultancy. Through his studies in educational science, he specialized in personnel and organizational development at a very early stage.


  • NLP
  • Hogan
  • TA
  • MBTI
  • LVI

Annabelle Faiß -

Main areas of consulting

  • Project management of True Leadership products and services
  • Further development, evaluation and monitoring of the True Leadership SCORE
  • Sustainability management
  • Design and facilitation of workshops
  • Coaching & Team development
Professional stations
  • Since 2018 with Tripl3Leader
  • NLP certified
  • HOGAN certified
  • M. Sc. Sustainable Business Management
  • B. Sc. Economics

It motivates me to accompany executives in change processes, to give impulses and orientation and to strengthen competencies. After all, leaders are important decision-makers in driving innovative progress and achieving corporate results that have added value for society. In this way, we can work together to shape a future worth living through sustainable management.

Volker Kaulartz -

Main areas of consulting

  • Leadership Development
  • Leadership Training
  • Transformation support/facilitation for cultural change
  • Facilitation of team, strategy and conflict workshops
  • Team development
  • Coaching
Professional stations
  • Since 2021 with Tripl3Leader
  • Trainer, facilitator, coach at ubf unternehmensberatung (10 years)
  • External project coordinator for an automotive manufacturer (4 years)
  • Freelance trainer and facilitator (5 years)
  • Group leader for personnel development at a bank (1 year)
  • Communication trainer and consultant in the IT industry (5 years)

Volker is passionate about facilitating learning and transformation processes in organizations, groups and individuals, and has been doing so in various roles and industries for 25 years. The core of his work is the development and consulting of leaders in the direction of a value-appreciating attitude to ensure sustainable value creation.


  • NLP
  • Hogan
  • TA

Global consulting team

We work with a global network of consultants in spatially and temporally flexible project teams according to your needs. Our specialists with many years of experience in the field of leadership development are represented in the USA, Latin America, South Africa, Southeast Asia, China, Japan and in various European countries.

Massimo Meroni (Mailand)

Main areas of consulting:
His main areas of expertise are talent and change management, C-suite team building, leadership development and coaching. He also develops and implements talent management systems. With many years of international consulting experience, he supports companies and their employees in the organizational development to achieve business goals purposefully.

Rémy Denoix

Main areas of consulting:

He holds a degree in Catholic Theology and a Master in Ethical Management (M.A.). His training in systemic organizational consulting and
Organizational Constellation were the starting point for his specialization in change management. In addition, he has studied couples therapy and hypnotherapy.

He worked as a religion teacher, personnel manager and regional manager at the Vinzenz von Paul gGmbH, first in Tübingen later in Stuttgart
and works as a lecturer, management consultant, trainer and coach.

Martin Holzmann (Stuttgart)

Main areas of consulting:
With more than 25 years of experience in management consulting, his specialties include small group and individual coaching, leadership development, and high-potential assessments. He has worked in a variety of industries, but primarily in the automotive and IT sectors. The experience of having founded and developed a company himself makes him a pragmatic and results-oriented consultant.

Francesca Antonini (Mailand)

Main areas of consulting:
She has gained her experience in many years of professional practice. Clients have been multinational corporations as well as the best known Italian brands. Especially the development and initiation of talent management processes, leadership and team development complete her qualification profile.

Norbert Lenartz

As a qualified psychologist, he focuses on people and their experience and behavior. Industrial and organizational psychology forms an important basis for his work.

Coaching and supervision are fixed components of corporate health activities. Influenced by his work on health literacy, he focuses on the inner development process, which allows self-determined action in a systemic environment. His training and experience enable him to offer practical and sustainable advice on stress and mental health in a professional context.


Charly Trautwein

Main areas of consulting:

The graduate engineer (BA) for electrical engineering is an expert for technological industries. As project supervisor for plant manufacturing and longstanding chair of works council, he shared his knowledge for many years as speaker in seminars for IGM confidants and work councils. His competence includes the areas of supervising restructuring processes, business strategy, balancing of interests and social plan. Additionally, he supports companies in structuring payment systems and work time regulation.

Susanne Taylor


With deep interest, joy and appreciation Susanne Taylor has been accompanying people and organizations in change processes for over 20 years. As a trainer, coach and facilitator, she experiences daily what resources and potential people have. She is convinced that new challenges and changes are very enjoyable and profitable if we face them openly and curiously. To accompany people on their way to more awareness, lived authenticity and a healthy self-management, Susanne Taylor inspires again and again. She is also committed to further development and more sustainability in corporate management.

Spiros Kapnias (Athen)

Main areas of consulting:

After holding management positions in the HR departments of leading global companies for many years, Spiros Kapnias started working as a consultant in 2001. Since then, he has been assisting companies in organizational development and talent management, as well as providing strategic consulting services to HR departments. He also coaches and consults executives and leadership teams outside the Greek borders to achieve their goals.

Monica Caviglia (Buenos Aires)

Main areas of consulting:

As a consultant and coach, Monica Caviglia already has many years of professional experience. Born in Argentina, she has particular experience in dealing with multicultural groups. She advises on change processes within organizations and supports executives and managers in overcoming their challenges. Her areas of expertise include assessments, 360° feedbacks and leadership development, where her partnership approach is ideally applied.

...and more!

We would be happy to inform you about our network of consultants in other locations. Please contact us!

Young Talents

As a Tripl3Leader YoungTalent, People, Planet & Profit also applies to you: learn to develop leaders, but above all to develop yourself. How do you envision sustainable market leaders in the future? How should leaders act? Profit by putting your ideas into practice and completing an internship or writing your thesis with our support.

We always welcome applications from students of all disciplines who would like to contribute to sustainable development.

Master's students in psychology, education, sustainability management or computer science with a good command of English are particularly suitable.

Prerequisites are interest and openness for topics of effectively sustainable leadership and organizational development and a proactive way of working in a team and independence.

Please send application documents by mail to: a.faiss@tripl3leader.com


Meike Zyschka


“Hope is not something that you have. Hope is something that you create with your actions.”

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Every action starts with a decision. In this day and age, we are obligated to make the conscious decision to align our thoughts and actions with the aim of a better future for all. If this comes from a place of firm belief, people will be inspired, motivated and carried along. Everyone can become a role model. I believe, it is one of the most thrilling tasks of our generation to make sure that this transformation takes place not only in private, but is carried into the leadership of big global players. Only together, we can make the vision of a better planet come true. We need to start acting now!

Studies Psychology (M.Sc.) at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Annabelle Mangold


"You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." – Jane Goodall



When it comes to climate change and the problems of the 21st century, possible solutions are often relegated to the individual and personal level. But for a real solution, we need systemic change that goes beyond individual actions. True Leadership is an approach creating real change and making a difference toward sustainability. But it is not about greenwashing but about transformation towards environmental and also social sustainability. Because preserving our one planet is not just about saving CO2 – it is about rethinking our lifestyle!


Studies Sociology and Geography (B.A. & B.Sc.) at the Eberhard-Karls University of Tübingen

Lukas Schmidt

„If you want the cooperation of humans around you, you must make them feel important - and you do that by being genuine und humble"
(Nelson Mandela)


True Leadership for me expresses in longsighted action and respectful interaction. Business has to be in balance with the social, ecological and profitable goals. This tripl3 bottom line is the basis for a responsible leader who aims for common good. He empowers others in order to generate collective impact.

Studied Philosophy and Economics (M.A.) at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Luca Claus


„Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.” (Mahatma Gandhi)


The purpose of any corporate action in the 21st century should be to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals while meeting the needs of society. Only if we, as a society, understand that Sustainable Economy is more than a well-intentioned advertising campaign of large corporations, we can achieve through collective value that the grandchildren of our grandchildren get the chance to experience the uniqueness of our earth.

Studies Business Administration (B.Sc.) at School of Economy and Environment Nürtingen-Geislingen

Judith Püschel


„The best way to predict future is to create it" (Peter Ducker)


I am convinced that every powerful leader needs to approach making the world a happier place for everyone. Therefore, mutual respect and understanding, a caring and warm attitude as well as thinking long-term oriented is key. Moreover, I am strongly of the opinion that future can be actively created and is not something casually shaped. Let us contribute to a future everyone can have an optimistic perspective on.

Studies International Business Administration (B.Sc.) at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Hannah Späth


"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” (Robert Swan)

When it comes to acting sustainable and caring about environmental issues, a lot of organizations don’t feel responsible. But in order to ensure a planet on which future generations can live, everyone must take responsibility. Therefore, companies need to make a substantive contribution to solve environmental and social problems. It is my vision to achieve that through conscious business choices where profit and responsibility can be combined.

Studies Economics and Business Administration (B.Sc.) at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Julia Leichtenberger


"Humanity's 21st century challenge is to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet.” (Kate Raworth)

When thinking about economy, too few people think about sustainability. This needs to change in order to assure a safe world for future generations. Topics like equality, anti-racism and climate justice are merely the basics. It should not matter where you are born and as what you identify. I demand equality and justice for everyone. That is my vision and what I strive for. Let us unite to achieve these goals.

Studies Economics and Business Administration (B.Sc.) at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Raphael Fenski


"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” (Albert Einstein)

Companies can and must act appropriately in the face of the challenges of the 21st century. Profit and impact are not mutually exclusive - it is a compelling task to develop concepts for how the three pillars of sustainability can be brought together and applied by companies, especially when company’s leaders rethink their moral attitudes and convictions. That is what I have in mind when talking about “Sustainable Economics”.

Studies Philosophy&Economics (B.A.) at Universität Bayreuth.