The following faculty members will be involved in the ‘Executive Master Class in Human Resource Management’:

 Dirk Buyens

Prof Dirk Buyens is head of the HR centre within Vlerick.

He has many years of experience in the domain of strategic HR, career management and people management.

 Koen Dewettinck

Prof Koen Dewettinck is responsible for the Vlerick Centre for Excellence in People Performance.

Koen works with a select number of companies to generate and share new insights, practices and tools. His work is about creating high-performing individuals, teams and organisations

Xavier Baeten 

Prof Xavier Baeten is responsible for the Vlerick Centre for Excellence in Strategic Reward and the Executive Remunerations Research Centre.

His areas of interest are reward management, compensation & benefits and stakeholder management.

 Inge De Clippeleer

Inge De Clippeleer is responsible for the Vlerick Centre for Excellence in Career Management.

Thanks to this she keeps her finger on the pulse of new trends and challenges regarding career management and self-management.

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