Kluwer Learning knows your business and is well acquainted with your sector. We can develop customised learning programmes for your organisation in the following areas:
Customised in-house training
Kluwer Learning develops the talents of your employees and your teams, with in-company training, coaching and learning advice. We help your organisation learn faster than your competitors. For this reason, we place less emphasis on ‘training’ as such, and more on ‘learning’. Our goal: maximum impact of every learning and development initiative you take.
Leadership & change
We believe that strong people create strong strategies. Tell us about the ambition of your your company. We support your change projects and bring your managers up to speed for future-proof leadership.
Your employees will hone their professional skills in communication, meeting and presentation techniques, time and priority management, social media & mobile communication, creativity and innovation, etc.
Sales & customer orientation
We boost the effectiveness of your sales teams, work with your sales approach and enhance your sales processes. Result? An overall reflex to generate added value from each customer contact.
From the basics of project management to certification trajectories for high-level projects, you'll find it here. Consider a customised training programme when you want a perfect fit with your processes, your projects, and the situations that your project team members encounter day in, day out.
Kluwer Learning works for over 5000 organizations every year. These are companies that are ambitious in terms of the growth of their employees, teams and organizations.
Take a look at some cases and discover how we help ambitious organizations with our expertise and customized in-company training.
I believe in the added value of training & development for our employees in order to achieve the objectives of the team – and of the whole organisation – in optimal fashion. And in taking stock of talents and skills and providing further support for their development, identifying learning needs in order to design learning programmes that have real impact. All this with a view to concrete results.
We need to focus on what is really important: measuring our employees’ performance. For in the end, it’s all about how we can all contribute effectively to implementing the company’s strategy.
Isabel De Clercq
I am passionate about the developments happening in organisations and am happy to use my insights to create such developments myself. How can organisations get the best out of their staff? What is the role of (self)-leadership in that process? And what is the intriguing power of social technologies? Those are the questions that keep me awake at night. And about which I am pleased to share my knowledge.
Drawing on my expertise, I analyse the given situation, listen actively to the client and suggest a possible approach. Facilitating these joint analyses, taking the next step of translating them into the appropriate solution and seeing satisfied clients give me the greatest satisfaction.
Learning is serious business! I really believe that it is precisely our clients’ ability to learn faster than their competitors that enables them to grow. Now and in the future! It is for this reason that I challenge them in their quest for the best learning solution with the greatest impact within their available budget. And that is a task I am happy to take on, lending it all my enthusiasm and expertise!
For me, learning something new every day, giving my clients ideas, and working with them and our trainers on their questions is invigorating. Thinking along with the client, sharing experiences and developing learning initiatives to suit the target group are the main building blocks of my job. My approach? Professional, with a touch of humour and always results-oriented.
Strive to make employees and managers aware of their intrinsic strengths, so that they can do even better in contributing to the growth of their organisation. Co-creation and knowledge sharing are, in my view, crucial elements in developing yourself and your organisation and in increasing your competitiveness. That is why I see each development plan not as a one-time injection but always as a multi-stage process.
It is a pleasure to be able to meet interesting and motivated people, listen to their inspiring ideas, and analyse these in view of designing learning solutions that can translate those ideas into reality.