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Do you find yourself just going through the motions without a clear idea of what you want to do next?

You’re not alone.

Many executives are so focused on their current lives and challenges that they don’t take the time to reflect
on their future goals.


Master Your First 100 Days as Executive

Get to know Your Team as a key part of your first 100 days in a new leadership position.

As you begin your new leadership role, make the most of the first 30 days by getting to know your team and department well. This crucial time is for setting rules and building the trust and understanding that will shape your leadership. Please take the time to discover each team member's unique strengths and aspirations. Knowing these details is vital to creating a supportive environment where everyone feels safe to learn from their mistakes. Focusing on these relationships right from the start will pave the way for a leadership style that adapts to your team’s needs, ensuring everyone progresses together.

Read more about your First 100 Days in a new leadership role.
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Working together

Kjeld Aij is responsible for one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands.


Kjeld has been at the forefront of navigating the complex world of healthcare operations. He faces many challenges in his role, from evolving hospital policies to efficiently running day-to-day operations.

Seeking guidance and expertise, Kjeld turned to George Begemann.


What I particularly appreciate in George is his ability to ask that question you know is coming but actually hope it is left out. He has the gift of looking deep into your soul.  Paul van Wijk

George's coaching results in tangible progress and deeper insights into your next steps in professional and personal life

Herman Tange

If you want to discover where things are really going and
put yourself on edge. 
I highly recommend George!

Anne-Marth Vrind

George has a very good ability to ask the right questions, and he listens to
the answers to really understand
the individual.

Paul Budge

Design your future 

Are you a professional or an executive who feels you’re too busy today to think about your future?

Do you navigate life without a clear vision for your next career move? You're not alone in this journey.

Many professionals, amid their busy lives, overlook the importance of reflecting on their future aspirations. Yet, what if you could proactively shape a future that prioritises personal vitality, fosters meaningful relationships, and leads to a fulfilling career with ample financial security?

Let's meet, see what your challenges are and discover how I can help you.

Cover of 'Design Your Future' e-book by George Begemann, featuring a blend of practical advice and personal anecdotes aimed a


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