Companies don’t built great things, people do. We will provide new insights on how to look at organisational strategy from a coaching perspective and how to coach the individuals that make up these organisations to recognise their unique contributions, work together more efficiently and deliver optimal results.
Participate in this interactive workshop about team dynamics, coaching dilemmas, and insights into the person within an organisations strategy. In collaboration with HUMANINSIGHT, we will provide you with knowledge about coaching, research, assessments, team interaction and the individuals role in the group.
Filip Fiers, PCC
Professional Certified Coach (ICF) – Systemic Team Coach – Developing generations of resilient professionals and teams.
Executive coaching with a managerial focus. Team coaching with a collective, systemic approach. Focus on supporting organizations, teams and individuals in achieving their strategic, tactical and operational goals. Main purpose is to make companies, departments and people successful by means of installing fundamental focus, collaboration and processes.
Paul Van Geyt, MCC
Master Certified Coach (ICF) – Executive Coach. Passionate about people and innovative human development ideas. Aiming for business impact and result. Developing generations of resilient professionals and teams able to cope with future challenges. Specialties: Executive Coaching, Hogan Assessment and Team Development Skills for Managers
Richard Robertson, partner at Human Insight
Social and Organisational psychologist, having graduated cum laude in 2012 from Leiden University. Working first at Nyenrode Business University in facilitating coaching and educating executive professionals and now partner at Human Insight, he has worked with coaches and in a coaching capacity for the last six years. His main interest is organisational ecology, a field he uses to guide others in recognising their natural strengths, preferences, behavioural patterns and optimal contributions. His strength lies in his ability to “bridge analytical thinking with a social attitude”: using his scientific interests to help others make the biggest impact they can.