Hetty Brand-Boswijk

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Hetty holds an Associate Degree in International Management, the Certified Co-Active Coach (CPCC) designation from the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) and the Certified NeuroTransformational Coach (CNTC) designation from BEabove Leadership as well as being a Licensed Neuroscience and Effectiveness Trainer. She holds the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with the International Coach Federation (ICF).

As Director of Coaching | Lead Coach at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam (RSM), her expertise is called upon to advise Faculty and Programme teams on the development of Leadership and (Team) Coaching Programmes. She is also Vice President on the Board of the International Coach Federation in the Netherlands.

As well as individual and team coaching, she teaches in leadership development programmes and speaks at conferences, focussing on emotional intelligence/agility as well as (team) leadership from a coaching perspective and incorporates neuroscience in her coaching and teaching portfolio.

Her coaching and leadership style is authentic, energetic and (com)passionate. Her clients include participants of RSM Degree and Executive Education programmes who are individuals from corporations, government agencies and non-profit organisations among others. She has extensive experience in working with international clients directed at identifying personal, business and/or relationship purposes from a value based perspective, and coaches in the development of actions intended to achieve that purpose with impact. As Lead Coach she also develops team coaching programmes on advancing dynamic team success and leads groups of team coaches implementing these programmes with RSM student teams.

As Lead Coach for the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations she coaches female clients from organisations that support gender balanced leadership and women empowerment. She is, furthermore, a mentor coach, encouraging and empowering other coaches in their development.