I'm a nurse with a master's degree in Public Health, and I've spent most of my career as a director of nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Brussels and Wallonia.
For over 15 years, I have also been an IRSG trainer and responsible for training nursing home directors at the CPSI in Brussels.
After 25 years of managing nursing homes, I decided to share my experience through interim management assignments.
Being a nursing home manager isn't easy, you have to be a real conductor… and you have to be both:D
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I really enjoy coaching directors of nursing homes, as I want to offer them a toolbox to help them improve in their role.
This support can be in the form of one-off team coaching in the face of a complicated situation, or the implementation of projects in close collaboration with the director, or the replacement of a director on long-term leave or illness while waiting for a new director to be hired, or...
The advantage we have is that we have an outside viewpoint and can therefore give a more objective opinion on the situation.
I don't claim to know everything there is to know in the field of nursing homes and service residences, but I do share my experience of the sector and I get lots of inspiration from my coaching experiences.
For me, the management of people is of great value to me. And thanks to these experiences, I've had many wonderful encounters and very constructive exchanges for both parties.
The right inspiring co-pilot at the right time in your organisation. That's what you can expect from us. Don't miss this opportunity and let us unburden you.