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Ralf Wetzel

Prof Ralf Wetzel
Professor of Organisational Behaviour & Change at Vlerick Business School

Ralf’s teaching is focused primarily on change management, organisational dynamics, arts & management, and consulting. He has unique expertise, gained internationally, as manager and researcher in ‘observing, channelling and surfing on pure organisational intelligence’.

Peter De Prins

Prof Peter De Prins
Professor of Change & Leadership at Vlerick Business School

Peter is a passionate teacher and executive coach, delivering inspiring experiences and taking you on a journey of impactful insights that ultimately result in an increase of your personal and professional performance. Peter teaches change management, leadership and and focuses on the practical use of theoretical and academic models, making use of group-participation and collaborative learning.

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