Don’t underestimate the business impact of quality conversations
Annelieke is a business leader with 20 years of international experience as executive coach and facilitator. As a social psychologist, with a background in recruitment, she thrives on the reward of seeing professionals grow and achieve. Her style is working collaboratively with clients to explore the resources enabling to make the shift they aspire to. Key to her approach is ‘taking nothing for granted’ as in ‘being explorative’. Clients experience Annelieke as a warm, skilful, challenging and efficient motivator.
Leadership Development Experience
Annelieke specialises in executive (team) coaching and leadership development: working with directors, managing directors and leaders at all levels in small and large organisations to help them and their teams deliver performance goals, personal targets and be at their best. Enjoying the diversity of organisations, she served clients including companies like Ernst & Young, PWC, Damen, Mammoet, Nestle, Northern Trust, SCA and Sint Antonius Ziekenhuis.
Other Relevant Experience
Annelieke is managing partner of TPC Leadership in the Netherlands, member of the international partner steering board and leading TPC Leadership’s global industry for professional services. TPC Leadership is a trusted leadership development and coaching consultancy operating globally within many large organisations. Prior to joining TPC, she worked for a leading HR consultancy in the Netherlands. In this role she managed a broad range of tailor-made development programmes around leadership, coaching and mediation. Many of her clients were within professional services, with whom she worked on developing a coaching culture. Seconded as learning & development manager for a consumer goods multinational (Cow & Gate and Milupa brands), she built and managed their corporate university.
Education, Qualifications & Certifications
- MSC in social Psychology,Vrije Universiteit,1996
- MSc in Coaching & Development (ICF/EMCC), Portsmouth University, 2005
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) step 1 & 2, 2012
- Certificate in Appreciative Inquiry, Instituut voor Interventiekunde, 2015