MCC, Leadership Expert, International Facilitator, Inspirational Speaker & Bestseller Author
Marco Buschman is an internationally recognized Leadership Expert, Master Certified Team & Executive Coach, International Facilitator, Inspirational Speaker (Dutch and English), and Bestseller Author (Verbindend Vermogen/The Connection Quotient). He has facilitated and supported thousands of leaders, managers, teams, and companies on strategic issues and the development of individuals, teams, and organizations. Leading to more fulfillment, business impact, and growth in their personal lives. He is particularly interested in leadership, the power of connection, and creating best-performance cultures where the focus on results and productivity are combined with an atmosphere of trust, respect, and an appreciation of differences. His style can best be described as optimistic, decisive, empathetic, passionate, and inspirational. His impact led him to be a trusted partner for clients such as Capgemini, Majid Al Futtaim, Heerema Marine Contractors, Shell, AkzoNobel, and many others.
Years of coaching experience – 17+
What to expect from Marco’s lecture:
In this world, interconnectivity is in crisis. Functionality and financial rewards seemingly guide our working relations and are affecting our ability to relate through others and ourselves. The human perspective seems to be lost, leading to divided and less productive teams and organizations. The Connection Quotient (CQ) enables an honest, courageous and humane interconnection to form while still focusing on financial outcome and result – developing these relations to improve the business networks they serve. The CQ enables us to illuminate our human qualities and use these to connect with others, discuss differences, expand insight and encourage the development of new ideas. The CQ will introduce a new workplace culture where organizations and teams can approach the personal and professional through a more transparent and inclusive style. Ultimately, the CQ makes it possible to play ‘hard on the ball, and soft on the individual.’