Senior interim en verander manager, zelfstandig actief sinds 2006 Wereldwijde inzetbaar Senior supply chain manager Groene en duurzame transport oplossingen Intermodale transport oplossingen Fleet Management en total cost of ownership oplossingen Workshops en gastspreker Inkoop en verbetertrajecten transport en logistiek High profile herstructurering ERP planning en productie Business development en marketing Warehousing en IT Projects Zwaar transport en project cargo

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How it started in 1970

1980 Company almost bankrupt

Say thank you

Results focused live started

1993 his father died

1994 1st restructuring project

1995 Back to School

1997 First “real” job Xerox

2001 Burnout

2002 Running

2007 Marathon


2006 First step into the dark

2006 First interim project

2006 Start Interim career

2012 The international dream

2013 First international project

2013 The search for a project

2014 First workshop

10 Success elements

The search for a new project

The biggest challenge for each interim manager is to find a new project. The average time between projects is roughly 3- 6 months.

The search for a new project is scanning the internet for months, having dogfights with recruiters, competing with the best of the best interim managers.

There are a lot more interim manager than available projects. And they are all hungry for a new project.

You end up getting rejected for all kind of reasons. It will drive you crazy if you can’t handle disappointments.

So it also happened to him. But instead of fighting harder, he tried to think of another way to make money and get new projects in. Get out of the big squeeze.

On a small tour with his daughter and his pal son.