Roelf focuses on e-learning, corporate renovation, project management, e-publishing, and organization transformation.
Roelf has been working with computers and people for all of his career. He had the opportunity to gain both technical and managerial
experience with all of the aspects of information technology - application
development, operations management and project management.
He has been a CIO. He has lead major turnaround assignments in organizations in both the private and public sectors.
Roelf has held both executive and interim executive posts, usually with a change orientation. His consulting practice has spanned the financial services, transportation, energy and non-profit sectors.
Roelf is an experienced facilitator,
mediator and dispute resolver. He has worked extensively with modern competency based approaches to human resource management. He has
been involved in the "training for trainers" of facilitators. His executive
coaching experience called upon these interpersonal skills, as well as his
extensive success in developing subordinates who have gone to succeed
in their own careers.
Roelf's post graduate studies are in work
place psychology. Early in his career,
IT project manager and IT executive, he realized that technology
problems in organizations are ultimately people
problems. Consequently, he chose to expand his personal expertise
in work place psychology in his post graduate education.
Writing ... ...
Roelf's first piece of serious business writing was the creation of a Critical Path Method manual for Canadian National Railways in the first years of his working career. He has not stopped writing in a work context ever since.
Roelf has been publishing on the web since the mid 1990's. Click here to see his publications that you can access on the Internet.
Roelf is the developer of WCI's Competency
Styles® program (www.competencystyles.com) The Competency Styles personal development workbooks are available from Human Resource Development Press in the United States, and WCI Press in Canada.