I believe that human connection and conversation is precious.
I believe that we all deserve more play, fun and colour in the world of work.
I believe that appreciative listening is the key to creating the future we want.
I work as a visual facilitator. This means that I help organisations – and the people within – to have conversations that matter. Together, we approach difficult questions and complex situations with ease, structure and intention.
My clients are bold, courageous and passionate about creating the future they want, and they aren’t afraid to experiment and venture into the unknown. They come from all sectors: I’ve worked with universities, arts organisations, small nonprofits and large international institutions.
What I bring to all of them is an atmosphere of openness, creativity and a positive outlook, no matter how complicated the issue.
Ease, fun and colour is an important ingredient of my work – and my life. Raised in the capital of Europe, I feel at home across cultures and comfortably work in English, German, French and Dutch. After half a year on Gran Canaria – practicing my drawing skills, I now live in Heidelberg, in awe of the old city, the surrounding forests and the birds I can hear when I open my window.
People I like to work with
I don’t believe in getting bigger. I believe in getting more connected.
Below you’ll meet some of my dearest collaborators.
My collegues at Structure & Process, an international consulting and collaboration design studio, working with holacracy, on organisational development, team collaboration, interactive events, participatory leadership and personal productivity:
The folks at Visuality, a super diverse, multi-lingual team of visual changemakers based in Brussels.
Together with Ybe, Jill and a crowd of fantastic fans, I am on a journey called ‘Sterker worden waar het pijn doet‘ or ‘Getting stronger where it hurts’. It’s a inquiry into what makes your soul cry, into trauma, hope and resilience. It’s a book, a successful crowdfunding campaign, a workshop, a set of cards and an amazing never-ending story of co-creation.
I am connected to several local and international networks of practitioners. These communities form my learning space, both online and offline.