Hans is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.

For more than 30 years, Hans has been coaching and training managers around core themes such as motivation, expectations and team behaviour. He guides leaders through the process of implementing change and improving performance by focussing on organisation’s culture and governance. Hans is a member of the advisory board of Poolz, on the advisory board of Kirkman Company and Friend of Great Place To Work. Based in the Netherlands, Hans works in Dutch and English.

Hans has a background in information technology, organisational design and change. To this purpose he coaches managers in their individual roles as well as their teams. He also facilitates workshops and training programmes in leadership, governance, personal and professional skills development, customer focus and team behaviour. Prior to running his own business, Hans spent 28 years at Atos Consulting (earlier KPMG Consulting). 8 of which were spent as a Partner, responsible for leading project teams and guiding teams through complex organisational change. His clients and colleagues highly value his people-centred approach.

Hans holds a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering in addition to a Masters Degree in Business Telecommunications from Delft University of Technology. He also holds certifications in Systemic Work from Phoenix Opleidingen.

ABN Amro, AkzoNobel, KPMG, KPN, Loodswezen, Pensioenfonds Horeca en Catering, Pulse Business Solutions, Uneto VNI, BASF, Canon, Aegon, Oce Technologies, Leaseplan, 4DSP

I have had the pleasure of working with Hans Veenman for over four years in different areas within AkzoNobel. In our worldwide training sessions we trained more than 300 staff from within my team. Hans is a master in asking the right questions, letting you discover what’s important and how to visualise success. He will guide you to the options to get there (often creative), and how to translate those into concrete steps. For all layers of my team including myself, this has been of great value to our efforts to improve our self-reflection, effectiveness and focus.
Pieter SchoehuijsChief Information Officer AkzoNobel
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