Since the creation of Diamond Development in 2005, Greet Dyckmans has worked as a trainer and international coach for businesses in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Canada.
Thanks to her passion for potential, her profound interest and sustained attention, she knows better than anyone how to get the best results from your collegues, your team or your organization.
Thanks to her great capacity for empathy, she can read between the lines and grasp what is essential.
Thanks to her contagious enthusiasm and pragmatic approach, she can serenely broach difficult questions
Her expertise includes coaching, creative management, training, communication, presenting with impact and salesmanship. The fundamental values which are at the heart of Greet’s approach as trainer, consultant and coach include growth, relaxation, practice, learning and especially, a lot of laughter.
Werner De Vree has held different management positions in Belgium and abroad. With an economic and financial background, he has tested what really works for more than 25 years; pure practice, supported by models (of management and psychological) as needed, which make sense for behavioural changes and a lasting impact on the workplace.
With a strong task centered vision and humanistic as regards team dynamics and results, he supports individuals, teams and businesses in a sytematic and holistic way until the magic happens. With humour as much as possible.!
Steven has twenty years of experience. How did he get started as a trainer and coach? “Move over and let them learn”. The trainer isn’t the star of the training course; everything revolves around the participants’ learning process. Their growth is primordial.
“Great things cannot be produced in your comfort zone.” As a coach certified by the International Federation of Coaching, he works according to the tested PERFORM model. His objectives? Get rid of resistance. Improve knowledge. Transform limiting beliefs into new competencies. Help others to achieve their full potential.
His favorite quote: “Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection.” Mark Twain