Team Effectiveness

I believe that team development starts with a clear vision and purpose: why are we a team, what is our added value, what is it that we have to achieve?


The next step is to realise a climate in which all members speak up: it is the dialogue that professionalizes a team and its members.

Evert is able to provide challenging and innovative ideas when working on projects with the added skill of maintaining high levels of morale in pressure situations. He is clearly passionate about driving an improvement culture in organisations and has clear and well structured views on how this can be achieved.
Mike Turnbull
Operations Improvement Manager
Belron / Carglass

In the end: a team is effective if all team members acknowledge and respect personal strengths and weaknesses, they share the same focus and are willing to set aside personal ambitions to maximize team results.