Hanneke Frese is an executive coach to senior professionals and an independent consultant supporting global organization with strategic Human Resources projects. In addition, Hanneke is active in the field of think tanks and focuses on trends that shape the future of work.
Hanneke has coached senior executives and high potential professionals at such organizations as: World Economic Forum, Syngenta, Novartis, AO Foundation (Orthopedic Surgeons), Varian Medical Systems, UBS, Dresdner Bank, ING, Lombard Assurances, Stolt-Nielson, Whirlpool. In addition she is regularly approached to coach private individuals who are working on their own development.
Hanneke established her own consultancy in 2005 after gaining extensive strategic and operational human resources experience at business and corporate levels in global financial services organizations like Citibank (1972-1995) and Zurich Financial Services (1999-2005) where she was Head Group Capabilities and Member of the Group Management Board.
Hanneke lives in Zurich (Switzerland) and dedicates a considerable amount of her time to volunteer activities on various advisory boards, accreditation processes for international business schools and organizations that support the development of young professionals.
Hanneke studied languages at the State University of Antwerp, Belgium and obtained a degree in Human Resources Management at the Foundation for Training and Social Welfare Work in Amsterdam. She obtained a certificate in Clinical Organizational Psychology at INSEAD and is attending the Immunity-to-Change Coaching Certification Program at Harvard (2010-2011). Hanneke is a Dutch national, fluent in English, Dutch and German. She has lived and worked successfully in The Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Switzerland and the USA.
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