It is not the strongest of species that survives, nor the smartest, but the one that deals best with change.

- Charles Darwin


  • For high schools & higher education
  • For teachers (in training)
  • For students
  • For parents


Career orientation programs are designed to help young people discover their future potential: who am I, what am I capable of and what do I want? For many teachers, it is fairly unfamiliar territory how to properly guide students. You cannot transfer your knowledge here, or tell them what they should do, because today's society and job market are very different from the past and every person is unique and needs to discover their personal path. An open mindset and a coaching role are needed to guide students in their personal development, the development of important competencies for their future and the discovery of future possibilities.

In a few schools, career orientation is integrated into all subjects, but in most schools, it has only a modest or no place in the curriculum. I would like to change that.

I guide schools in vision development and mindset change for career orientation and provide training to school teams and teachers (in training), for example in having good conversations with students about themselves and their future. I also offer workshops and (customized) trainings for schools and students in competences such as creative thinking and problem solving, effective collaboration, entrepreneurship, coaching and much more. I can also guide schools, using the Core Values Game®, to determine the core values of the school and implement them in all disciplines and activities of the school.

Creative Thinking

Creative thinking is in the top 3 of the most important competencies for this century. Being able to think creatively is important, because it allows us to solve complex problems, and there are plenty of them now and in the future. In this training you will discover what the elements of creative thinking are, and how to develop this competency using creative thinking techniques. There are lots of different creative thinking techniques, including brainstorming and mind mapping. We will work with some of these techniques, so you can experience their power. We will also cover how to help students develop their creative thinking skills.

For: school teams, teachers, students and pupils


There is increasing multidisciplinary collaboration in organizations when developing new and innovative products or services. The younger you learn to cooperate, the better. We see that school assignments are often given, but that young people are insufficiently coached in how to work together effectively. In this training you learn to collaborate effectively: to help each other, to communicate well with each other, to plan and organize, to understand each other and to solve problems together. Teacher teams who want to learn to work together better in a multidisciplinary way, can also follow this training.

For: pupils, students, teachers (teams)


Our work will become increasingly flexible in the future. Nobody has a job for life anymore. This means that you need to be in life with an open and curious attitude to constantly discover new opportunities for yourself. But that is not enough. You must also dare to take those opportunities and take action. How do you stimulate young people to become entrepreneurial, to dare, to use their network, etcetera? Teachers who want to become more entrepreneurial can also follow this training for themselves and use it afterwards to work with it in the classroom.

For: pupils, students and teachers

Learning to inspire

If you are not inspired, you usually don't get into a  learning mode. But what exactly is inspiration, where does it come from, and how do you get inspired? And above all: how can you inspire young people at home and school in such a way that they become "on"? We make the translation to school: how to make your school an inspiring school with an inspiring learning climate? Which activities are involved and which guidance? In this inspirational program we address these questions. It is particularly inspiring to involve teachers, parents and students in this program.

For: teachers, parents, students

Facilitate FutureLab

FutureLab is a career orientation program in which young people search for answers to their personal Future Questions via the Internet and during company visits. For schools that want to implement the FutureLab program with students, I organize teacher trainings to get to know FutureLab and be able to guide the program themselves. Part of this program are the Core Values Game® and the Future Lab Game®.

For: school teams, deans, mentors

Facilitate the Core Values Game

The Core Values Game® was created to help young people find answers to the questions "Who am I?" and "What do I value? ". Core values determine how you want to live your life, make decisions and shape your future. In a training course, teachers learn how to guide this game at school. By playing it yourself first, you will learn about the 7 Game Variants and be able to use the game effectively, for example in the mentoring class. 

For: teachers, mentors, deans

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