Geert Heling

Professor of Organizational Behavior at Maastricht School of Management


  • Maastricht School of Management




Maastricht School of Management

Dr. Geert Heling is a senior professional Management Consultant with practical experience in training and consultancy for over 20 years. Heading his own company, Médoc Management Consulting, most of his projects focus on processes of Business Improvement, Management and Organizational Development, Change and Learning. Clients are large and medium sized organizations (profit as well as public sector).

Based on the conviction that practice in consultancy needs to be coupled with sound theory Dr. Heling combines his consultancy work with a position as Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Maastricht School of Management.

As a professor and consultant Dr. Heling has traveled the world, consulting, training, lecturing, conducting seminars, and doing research in many different countries.

Specialties: International Consultancy and Training, Cross-Cultural Management, Change Management, MD and OD, Corporate Revitalization, Strategic HRM, Team Building and Conflict Resolution, Personal Coaching, Research in Psychology and Management

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