As guest speakers, we would like to welcome Martin Lammers and Simon Beausaert! Martin and Simon are both working at Maastricht University and are willing to provide an interactive lecture about the theme “From work pressure to work pleasure”. Before the Symposium, Martin and Simon met with some students to brainstorm about the topics where they will talk about. They will give an interesting lecture on the outcome of that brainstorm session.
After the lecture of Martin and Simon, we will have a short moment of exercise. Health & Fitness will provide a physical exercise of 15 minutes. We are looking forward to it.
Martin Lammers started his career as assistant professor in Physical Education on Nijenrode School of Business. On Nijenrode he has been participating in several executive programs amongst others for Aegon, KBB and ABN AMRO. As Dean of Campus he was a member of the Board of Nijenrode and responsible for a campus of 600 students.
For 7 years he worked for Cargill Benelux as Manager Training & Recruitment. In this capacity he was in charge of all the leadership training and development within Cargill Benelux, the same he later did for Vodafone NL. He has an extensive experience as facilitator, trainer and coach.
Within Vodafone Netherlands he has been Head of Learning and Development, HR Business Partner for Marketing, Customer Management, Shared Services and Network & IT. For Vodafone Group he was Head of People and Organizational Development for Group Technology. As change and people lead for Vodafone, together with his team he has been responsible for the implementation of a core business model and the (re)internal branding (a brand is what a brand does).
In his function as director of Business and Client relations Martin Lammers develops and delivers programmes for national and international corporate clients.
Simon Beausaert is Associate professor Workplace learning at the Department for Educational Research and Development, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. He does research on and has published various articles and book chapters on how to support formal and informal learning and on how to organise assessment for learning in the workplace.
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Maastricht Symposium 2017