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Since 1999, I  have worked closely with +450 business leaders in their efforts to expand the understanding of themselves and who they are, and the people they lead.

I thrive on the coaching conversations! They take me out of myself and into being a leader. I recommend coaching with Tine to anyone with the courage and curiosity to confront themselves and their leadership style.
— Simon Daman Willems, Shell, MD, UK/NL, Exploration & Production

My Approach

As an Economist I have a structured and no-nonsense approach to what I do. I have a well-developed intution and my goal is that you leave our sessions with more knowledge compared to when you arrived. We will always move out of your comfortzone and what you already know. This is how you gain new knowledge about yourself, your behavior and impact.

You can choose to work with me from a 12 months period, or longer. Occasionally, we work in a 6 months period or ad-hoc. Let us talk about your needs and how to address them. 

I use several approaches when I work: Co-active coaching, NLP, neuro-psychology, mindfulness, The Ennegram, psychometric assessments, Theory U, systemic coaching. I also draw on Systemic Transformational Coaching (Peter Hawkins, UK) and we always include the system that you are part of in our conversations:

Your organisation, the market, the business challenges, your team, your board, HQ, direct reports...

Also, we work with what you wish to change and impact.

We include your emotions, strengths, motivations and how you relate to and communicate with yourself and other people.

Many of my clients view their executive coaching as a sacred, and occasionally also a secret, place in which they find the time to reflect deeper and get in touch with whatever is going on under the surface. Only when accessing these often hidden layers, you'll find new answers, energy. It is also an opportunity to unveil your blind spots and bring them into the light - in order to be ready to take new action.

This approach is one of the most up-to-date approaches to executive coaching.