Jens Holmboe Bang works as a senior consultant, facilitator, trainer, coach and professor in Leadership, Management and professional development. Jens was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and has for the last 25 years lived in Spain, France and Belgium with prolonged stays in the United States. His international experience brings a multi-cultural nuance and depths to his passion for human and organizational development
In his career, Jens has worked briefly as a corporate lawyer, later on as a European policy advisor. He became a management consultant and held a leadership position before establishing his own consultancy specialising in maximising the potential of humans and their organizations. During the same period, Jens worked as a professor and as responsible for the leadership curriculum for a European MBA and international Executive MBA programmes.
Through his research and professional consulting experience with international private and public organizations, as well as his work on systemic organizational level and on individual and interpersonal level, his philosophy for achieving success lies in unleashing the human potential, talent and willingness of each individual.
Jens develops and delivers interventions based on evidence based research and experience from the areas of psychology, personality and organizational development, neuroscience, emotional competencies, conflict resolution, negotiation and group dynamics and integrates these principles into learning methodologies that are customised to the clients’ needs.
Jens’ core belief is that when humans feel valued, respected, have a sense of using their talents and feel their contribution matter, the potential is there for achieving greatness.
Jens actually lives in Brussels (Belgium). He works and delivers his coaching, training and consultancy services in English. He is also fluent in Danish and has a good knowledge of French, Spanish, Swedish as well as a good understanding of German and a basic understanding of Dutch.
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