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    Boudewijn Bertsch

    Executive Advisor and Sustainable Performance Improvement Expert in Europe, Asia and U.S.

    Boudewijn is a respected global management consultant and facilitator of workshops on leadership, change and sustainable performance improvement. He also acts as a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs, private equity investors and executives of corporations and governmental organizations. An entrepreneur himself, he was originally educated in the Netherlands and in Japan as a business economist. 

    Boudewijn consults for a breadth of companies and also designs and delivers leadership courses through the Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University, a leading European Business School. He has been a faculty member of ING business school for over 10 years and currently facilitates First Line and Manager of Managers leadership courses, executive briefings on Lean Six Sigma and supports ING global management teams with change and turnaround programs. 

    Over the past 25 years Boudewijn has supported executives from various organizations including, 3M, ASML, AstraZeneca, Alexandra Hospital Singapore, Bacardi, Cargill, Denso, Goodyear, IBM, ING, Microsoft, KONE, Motorola, St. Radboud Academic Hospital, Royal Philips Electronics, the Singapore Government, TNT and Vopak.

    Speaker and author, Boudewijn co-authored the award-winning article, "How Multinational CEOs Make Change Programmes Stick."

    As a specialist in helping individuals make behavior changes he has also worked the past 10 years in the field of diabetes self management — first as a researcher and subsequently as a coach for both patients and medical staff. Recently he was invited to present at the American Association of Diabetes Educators, 2010 conference, along with Eileen Murphy and Riva Greenberg.