Lieutenant Colonel Marius Herberg (born 1973) is head teacher in leadership at the Norwegian Command and Staff College, Department of Military Leadership and Sports. He holds a PhD from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Department of Psychology with the thesis Competence for the Unforeseen: The importance of individual, social and organizational factors (2022).
He started his service in the Norwegian Armed Forces in 1992 and has military education from officer candidate school in the Norwegian Army, the Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy, and the Norwegian Command and Staff College. He holds a master's degree in military studies from the Norwegian Defence University College (NDUC, 2014). In addition, he holds a Candidatus magisterii (Cand. mag.) degree from Lillehammer University College (2001).
He has operational experience from the Norwegian Army and administrative background from the Norwegian Air Force. He has served in various roles and at several levels in the Norwegian Armed Forces, primarily within strategy, organizational and leadership development. In addition, he has experience from the Ministry of Defence of Norway and International Service in the Balkans (UNPROFOR).
Herberg is responsible for the course for Military Leadership (MAKE4103) on the master's programme at the Norwegian Defence University College. He also participates in the research programme Military Leadership. Previously, he has participated in the research project Competence and preparedness for the unforeseen and the research programme Personnel and Competence Management in the Defence Sector.