I stand for honest and attentive communication, and I carry this out in my work as a coach and trainer. Together with people, I search for the meaning they attribute to their work and life, and how they express what is important to them.
Before I became self-employed, I worked in the business world as a manager, coach and trainer. I was also a board member of a non-profit organisation for several years. I work both in an international context with MBA students and board members as well as locally with professionals and the long-term unemployed, which allows me to use a broad frame of reference in my coaching.
My collaborative partners include UNLOQ, Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University), Maastricht University and Global Coach Group.
Recurring feedback from clients and colleagues is that I am open-minded and flexible, get to the core quickly and have a good sense of what is needed. Whether it is supervision, leadership development, career guidance or change issues, my strength is to let people experience in a positive and practical way how they can grow in who and what they are.
I am a Professional Certified Coach through ICF, a certified e-coach (level III), certified in Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching and Global Coach Group Leadership coaching and affiliated to the NOBCO.