For whom?

The programme 'Leading Change' is targeted towards:

  • Managers (senior management, middle management and teamleaders) who are directly involved in change projects within their organisation
  • People who are confronted with ‘change’ on a daily basis e.g. in the role of functional expert or project manager
  • People that play an (external) advisory role in change projects

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like: ABB, BASF Antwerpen, Electrabel, Honda Europe, ING Investment Management Belgium, Katoen Natie Bulk Terminals, Kind & Gezin, KHLeuven, Mobistar, Panasonic Energy Belgium, P&V Group, Telenet, UZ Gasthuisberg and Van Lanschot Bankiers België.

This programme has been followed by participants in functions as head of department, manager, project manager, human resource manager, process manager, programme manager, business unit manager, general manager, sales manager, production manager, consultant and operations director. 

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