Even if you don’t know him yet: chances are you’ve already come into contact with Roger Huber. Especially if you are male and rather of younger age. Because he is one of the authors of the intelligence test for recruits, which has been used by the Swiss Army for almost 25 years. He developed it following his studies of psychology, business administration and labour law at the University of Zurich. It was his entry into the world of assessment and performance.
Since then, the Zurich native’s career has moved in the triangle of people, company and leadership. After working for the Swiss Confederation, he joined a major Swiss bank in the field of management development and organisational consulting, then advised executives for a Basel-based company and conducted assessments for a Zurich-based company. Later he worked as Business Line Manager for Management Development and as Managing Partner of a provider of assessments, leadership coaching and transformations.
At klingler consultants he is the man for strategic succession planning and the development of executives. For our clients, he searches for the linchpins in their organisations, finds key people and functions and develops feasible plans for any kind of personnel and organisational challenge. From succession to emergency situations.
He also needs a challenge in his private life on a regular basis. Several times a week, the patchwork grandfather therefore sits down on his racing bike and unwinds a few dozen kilometres. At home on the roll in winter, out on the roads of the region in summer. And because that makes you hungry, he cooks afterwards. But it’s not just a simple ordinary meal, it’s a real meal, one to enjoy: pasta al forno with braised veal shanks and fennel vegetables with saffron followed by a torta al cioccolato are a perfect example of his famous dinners.