Erica Van Der Meij is Director Wellbeing@work at Atos Benelux and the Nordics.
Erica She is responsible in nine countries for improvements in several topics; to engage, develop, care, reward & recognise. For 16 years, she enjoyed working in international matrixed organisations and is a senior leader in the Marketing and Communications field.
She has a passion to relate with target groups through clear content, messages and campaigns. For her it was a logical step to get involved in a more in-depth role concerning the wellbeing of employees.
Job Voorhoeve s a Partner in Amrop's Amsterdam office and Leader of Amrop's Global Professional Services Practice.
Job is also an alumnus of IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, having completed the Amrop Trusted Advisor Program Module I: C-Suite Positioning.
Job's career started within the Professional Services and IT industry where he placed top talent for blue chip companies.
In 1998 he joined Deloitte, where he held several key talent executive positions, including Recruitment Director for EMEA. In this role, he successfully lead the search and placement of key leadership and management positions. His last position at Deloitte was Global Director of Mobility and member of the global Talent Executive Management team.
Job served on the Advisory Committee for Management Education for INSEAD and is Chairman of the Executive Board of the NVP, the Dutch Professional HR association. Job joined Amrop as Partner in September 2010. Job holds a Masters degree in International Affairs, Political Science from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Dr. Jos Akkermans Jos’ research primarily focuses on sustainable careers and changing employer-employee relationships.
He studies the development and management of sustainable careers by examining topics such as employability, career crafting, and career shocks, and is also especially interested in studying study success and school-to-work transitions as the foundation of sustainable careers.
He also researches changing employer-employee relationships, focusing on topics such as psychological contracts, job crafting and job design, employee well-being, and innovative methods of recruiting talent.
He has published in high-profile journals such as Journal of Vocational Behavior, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, and Human Resource Management. In addition, he is associate editor of Career Development International.
Professor Wilmar Schaufeli Wilmar B. Schaufeli is full professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at Utrecht University (The Netherlands) and distinguished research professor at KU Leuven (Belgium).
His research focuses on the impact of job characteristics – via employee well-being and motivation – on individual and organizational outcomes. Dr. Schaufeli’s academic work is prolific as he ranks among the top 1% of researchers in his field (www.wilmarschaufeli.nl).
He is a fellow of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, a licensed occupational health psychologist, and also works part-time as an organizational consultant (www.3ihc.nl).
Fred Woudenberg Fred has been trained as a psychologist and received his doctoral degree in psychopharmacology at the University of Utrecht.
Currently, he is head of the Department of Living Environment at the Municipal Health Service of Amsterdam. He works on nearly all topics in the field of environmental health with a focus on risk perception and risk communication.
At the Municipal Health Service, he is project leader of Practice What You Preach, which is aimed at improving the health of more than 1100 employees. Among other things, Fred is a member of the Dutch Health Council and member of the Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment.