Testimonials

Paul Gobin 

Paul Gobin, Touring
HR Manager

“Strategic HRM gave me insights that I could immediately apply on the work floor. Without a doubt, the unique mix of high quality academic content and practice-oriented cases contributes to the success of this programme. The high level interaction with the other participants is very inspiring. Warmly recommended.”

 Annelies Haenen

Annelies Haenen, Sanofi-aventis
HR Manager

“This programme gives clear answers to an array of actual HR topics. The practical applications and concrete examples are a real added-value to this training. It is perfectly possible to implement a number of insights right after the programme. The interaction with other participants is of a high level and gives the opportunity to exchange best practices.”

Marleen Van den Boom 

Marleen Van den Boom, Messer Benelux
HR Manager

“For me, this programme was a sublime immersion in the field of HR, covering all aspects of HR from a global organisational perspective. The lecturers are inspiring, and they link to daily organisational reality by presenting practical cases that trigger interesting discussions and experience-sharing in the group. Highly recommended – especially when you want to obtain a whole range of strategic HR information in a relatively short time.”

 Maaike Van Delsen

Maaike Van Delsen, Unilin
Talent Specialist

"This programme is advisable for a broad audience of HR professionals. The programme offers a theoretical framework for talent and performance management on the one hand and inspiring cases on the other hand. In addition, this programme offers an excellent platform to share best practices with colleagues.”

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