I am working with people and organizations who are keen to perform. They may already realise that being becomes before doing.

I am an executive coach and strategy consultant, psychologist, World Champion in sailing and author. The past 15 years I’ve specialised myself in the application of Theory U in strategy assignments, team and executive coaching. I love to write about my experiences and to learn who I truly am while sailing.

I dedicate my working life to realise a regenerative, benefit economy for you, my children and myself. More information you’ll find on our website NOW.Partners, warmly


The things I love

Executive and Team Coaching


Inspiration from the other side

Agenda & Circles

Agenda & Circles


Chairman MIPA



The things I write about

The Heart of Leadership: Seeing, Becoming, Doing

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My colleagues Wim Beijderwellen (picture) and Walter Link made this video several years ago about the Heart of Leadership. Interviews with the gurus in the realm of leadership and change…
December 17, 2020 in Innovation, Sustainability

A New Habit

Doing things halfway is not my thing. But last year I surprised myself. In February, right after my birthday, I bought my self a race bike. I didn't cycle for…
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October 19, 2020 in Miscellaneous

Movers & Shakers in the Engadine

Last week I facilitated the As Far As retreat in Sankt Moritz, Switzerland. Twenty-four Movers and Shakers (investors, artists and founders) came together to deepen their understanding and experience of…
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August 31, 2020 in Innovation, Passion for Performance, Sustainability, Theory U

NOW.Partners is live!

The past year we've been working hard on our new firm NOW.Partners and last week we went public with our website: https://now.partners: 100 experts & entrepreneurs integrating regenerative impact with…
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July 6, 2020 in Coaching, Passion for Performance, Sailing

High Performance and Love

The Olympic sailors held their Tour de Fryslân last week: four days of sailing, foiling, biking and promoting the sport. It was hardly an alternative to the Olympic games that…
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