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Paul Meert

Paul Meert

Infotainer
Languages : English, Dutch, French, Flemish

  • Categories

  • Management
    • Change Management
  • Communication & PR
  • Motivation & Inspiration
    • Personal Developement
    • Teambuilding
  • Employability

  • Lecture
  • Cabaret - performance
  • Subjects

  • Change management
  • Self management
  • No-time management
  • Now management
  • Strategische interne communicatie
  • Infotainment

After a successful career with Hewlett-Packard, Siemens and Umicore Paul Meert acquired international reputation with TMI in Time and Service Management. At present he is mainly active in self, change and no-time management. He is the co-author of the book “The Time of the Customer”, which was translated into French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. He is the author of “Now-management (Instant Quality Management)”, “NO Time? Live NOW!” and recently published his latest book:

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After a successful career with Hewlett-Packard, Siemens and Umicore Paul Meert acquired international reputation with TMI in Time and Service Management. At present he is mainly active in self, change and no-time management. He is the co-author of the book “The Time of the Customer”, which was translated into French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. He is the author of “Now-management (Instant Quality Management)”, “NO Time? Live NOW!” and recently published his latest book: “Change in NO time”, already in its third edition and second in French. Paul Meert has been referred to as the “John Cleese of coaching” by Trends Magazine. Among his clients are many well known top 500 international companies, as well as the British Medical Association, the Metropolice and Scotland Yard. He is also a guest lecturer on strategic internal communication at UAMS, KUL, EHSAL and Vlekho. More than 500,000 people have already participated in, what he calls, an “Infotainment” session. “Infotainment” is the art of communicating difficult and/or important messages in a short time and in a humorous way to everyone in the whole organisation or department simultaneously.

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