The following faculty members will be involved in 'Leading Change':

Herman Van den Broeck Prof Herman Van den Broeck has extensive research and practical experience in leadership and change management. He is the author of change management books, such as 'Essentials Veranderen'
Peter De Prins Prof Peter De Prins is an expert in coaching and change management. He focuses on the practical use of theoretical and academic models
Ralf Wetzel Prof Ralf Wetzel captures the intelligence of organised systems and helps you to turn the hidden energy of your organisation into business value

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