Curious about life
Kjell Enhager is a coach in business, culture and sports. He has lectured in front of hundreds of thousands of people and has coached some of the biggest superstars and companies in Sweden and abroad.
Curiosity about life can be expressed in many ways; Kjell has, for example, had the opportunity to intern as a monk and work as a pizza chef before he became a golf pro, earned a Master’s degree in business administration and wrote several books. After graduating with a degree in finance, Kjell got his first assignment as a management consultant with Sällma in Gothenburg. Today, twenty-five years later, Kjell is a globally renowned coach. He works with major corporations, philharmonic orchestras, famous actors and global names in golf, tennis, skiing, riding and hockey. Since 2003, he runs the company Coach2Coach together with Magnus Kull. Coach2Coach is Scandinavia’s leading company in personal development and coaching.
Kjell is passionately curious about human behavior. His exciting encounters with people in different environments, industries and cultures have laid the foundation for his ability to share many valuable insights on how we can influence and change our own lives, behaviors and achieve lasting change, success and happiness.
SOCIAL COMMITMENT AND AMBASSADORSHIPS
Kjell has a great social commitment, including as ambassador for the Swedish Brain Foundation (Hjärnfonden) and through his work for the organizations Children´s Rights in Society (Bris) and Mentor. Kjell feels that it’s important to get different perspectives on life and to contribute to something greater than oneself. That’s why he’s eager to share both his knowledge and his experiences.
The Swedish Brain Foundation (Hjärnfonden) raises money for research into brain diseases, injuries and disabilities. The foundation also works to increase the public’s knowledge about the brain through campaigns, lectures and seminars.
Mentor is a non-profit organization that works with mentoring young people between the ages of 13 and 17. The organization gives young people the strength to grow and reaches thousands of them every year through various mentorship programs.
Children’s Rights in Society (BRIS) is a politically and religiously independent children’s rights organization. Their work is focused on supporting and helping vulnerable children and young people. But their mission goes beyond that. This is because they work to improve the conditions for children and young people and their rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.