David Jonker (1974) is trainer, coach and systemic therapist. He is educated as business administrator and worked as a manager in hospitality. As a trainer he combines his business background with knowledge on topics such as; personality, communication, motivation, learning, leadership, relationships between people and the systemic influence on employees and organizations. His style is playful with considerable attention for deeper lying patterns and motives.
Since 2005 he worked for several leadership and talent development institutes, such as de Baak, Ludens and Foodstep. He facilitated young talents, managers and board members of, among others, Mammoet, Espria and PostNL. After his 3-year education in Systemic Constellations, Transactional Analysis and Neuro-Linguistic programming at Phoenix institute, he specialized in long-term development and change, increasingly with an international focus.
He likes to explore new cultures, loves to speak Spanish, surf and dance salsa and is passionately involved in a social project that empowers girls in Bogota, Colombia.
Passionate about; dealing with group patterns and dynamics.
Only satisfied when; insights during programs are applied in daily work.
Enjoyed watching; Into the wild, Cartel land (doc) and Motorcycle diaries.
Coen Koomen (1969) is facilitator, consultant and coach. He started his career as marketeer and business developer at Grolsch Breweries and Caterpillar. During a global cycle tour and work in Nepal in the educational field, he got intrigued by learning, developing and change.
Since 2004, he worked with a wide range of Leadership Institutes (de Baak, TWWWI, Better Future), developing an eclectic style of facilitating leadership development and change. He's educated in Theory U at MIT (Boston) and in Constellations at Hellinger Institute. Coen currently facilitates programs in the field of leadership, strategy and change for Schiphol Airport, Sherpa Healthcare, Ampelmann, Eriks, Friesland Campina, Snappcar and many others. He chooses his partners and clients well; trust, equality and a good sense of humor are crucial. He uses many playful and powerful methods to bring out the best in people and organizations.
In the summer of 2015 he moved to Copenhagen for 3 years. He now lives in an old prison in Rotterdam.
Wake him up for: complex organizational change, personal courageous breakthroughs, disruptive innovation, contribution to society. Believes every person and organization has the wings to fly and create something unique.
Enjoyed watching: Captain Fantastic, As it is in heaven and 12 angry men.