The following faculty members will be involved in the 'Executive Programme for Women Leaders':

 Smaranda Boros

PROF SMARANDA BOROS ’s goal is to improve the capacity of organisations to actively adapt to, and shape, their environment. This adaptive capacity starts with the authentic individual.

 Mathieu Luypaert

PROF MATHIEU LUYPAERT is professor of Corporate Finance. He has done extensive research in the domain of corporate finance, specialising in value creation through Mergers and Acquisitions.

 Katleen De Stobbeleir

PROF KATLEEN DE STOBBELEIR developed the Vlerick Appreciative Leadership Profiler 360 feedback tool. Katleen does both individual and peer coaching at the executive level and teaches leadership, coaching and feedback skills.

 Barney Jordaan PROF BARNEY JORDAAN is an expert in negotiation, influencing and conflict resolution. Barney serves as both an inspiring teacher and a seasoned mediator who has worked with major international organisations such as the World Bank.
 Carine Peeters

PROF CARINE PEETERS is an expert in international business and strategy. As a professor of strategy, Carine is interested in how companies can develop and maintain a competitive advantage in their respective markets.

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