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Experience the heartbeating city of Liverpool. With its top football, rocking Merseyside music, joyful Irish pubs and wonderful people, the city will always be a part of travellers heart and soul.

Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool – Leading by empowering others


Reading Raphael Honigstein’s book “Klopp: Bring the Noise” was for me a big revelation and inspiration about what I will call change leadership. Here are some reflections of the book. 

Klopp left Germany in October 2015 for one of the England's most challenging jobs: to manage Liverpool, a once-mighty club that had not managed sustained success since the 1980s. How did actually Klopp deal with a such a “impossible mission”? What options did he have to make to club successful again? As my former boss told me, who is an expert in Project Management: “Don`t take any missions you aren`t unable to complete”. How can you then set the scene and reduce the risk? Start to complain, for example raise more funds for buying new players? Or think more offensive: just build superior change capabilities to unleash your company's (the club) full potential.

Klopp was made for Liverpool and Liverpool was made for him. It was a perfect match. And a game changer. The Klopp effect was enormous, and lasting! I could not think of a more rewarding reading about leadership than this book. Jurgen Klopp is Liverpool's legendary manager Bill Shankly reincarnated in a "German body", said the club's goalkeeping great Bruce Grobbelaar after the Reds won their first league title in 30 years (year 2020). Jürgen Klopp described himself as the “Normal One” as he was introduced at Anfield and said he hoped to play “full throttle” football and build something “special”. But for me one thing stands clear: Klopp is not like everybody else!

Read my article and be inspired: Klopp: Bring the Noise – The art of great leadership

Stein Morten Lund
Moss, Norway
7th January 2023

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