“Implicit is a dynamic company with a team of driven employees. Assignments vary a lot, giving you the scope to look for creative solutions for every situation. That really energises me. We offer people a dimension-based approach to coaching, with the underlying notion that the head, heart and body are connected. As far as I'm concerned, this is definitely the way forward for career advice. It enables us to put together the best programme possible for each individual employee and also to respond effectively to individual needs.
Caroline Hulshoff – Neuropsychologist, coach and trainer
If someone is not feeling great, for whatever reason, it won’t be easy for them to find the energy they need to be able to look towards the future. This is particularly true in redundancy and dismissal situations or when other private problems arise. In cases like this, it’s particularly important to open people’s eyes and get them to look beyond the problem at hand and see the outside world. People often spend years doing the same job for the same company, and that’s why they aren’t always aware of the options they have elsewhere. They perform certain tasks because that’s what they’ve always done. But where do their hearts lie? What makes them happy? I like to give people the energy they need to progress their careers. For example, helping them learn how to present themselves to the outside world or to utilise the benefits that a network has to offer. The ultimate object is always for them to take control of their future and dare to take responsibility for the choices they make.
I like to work for international companies. With my background in psychology and my many years of experience abroad, I recognise a lot of myself in people with different nationalities. I know what it’s like to arrive in a new country and I understand the path they’ve taken and the challenges they encounter when they decide to work in a different country or return to the Netherlands. As a coach and trainer, I like to help these people identify the next steps in their careers.”