Apply online Download brochure

Change Management short courses │Maastricht School of Management Change Management

Dr. Geert Heling
Distinguished Professor of Practice in Organizational Behavior, Culture and Change

Professor Geert W.J. Heling PhD is a professional Management Consultant with practical experience in training and consultancy for over 25 years. Heading his own company, Médoc Management Consulting, most of his projects focus on processes of Business Improvement, Management and Organisational Development, Change and Learning. Typical projects range from Organisational Development, Revitalization, Change and Restructuring, Performance Management to Team Training and Coaching. He also conducts internal audits, focusing on Organisational Culture, Employee Satisfaction and Well-being. Clients are mainly large and medium sized organisations, national as well as international, private as well as public sector.

Based on the conviction that practice needs to be coupled with sound theory he combines his consultancy work with a position of Distinguished Professor of Practice in Organisational Behaviour at TIAS, the Business School of Tilburg University, The Netherlands. For more than 20 years he has been Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the Maastricht School of Management. As professor and consultant Geert Heling has travelled the world, consulting, training, lecturing, conducting workshops, and doing research in many different countries and cultures.

For an overview of Geerts publications, click here.

“Dr. Geert Heling's simple yet intelligent lecturing skills is highly commendable. He broke down complex analysis and concepts and had us practice in groups, which truly fostered a learning experience that was holistic.”
Ms. Nduka  (Nigeria), participant of the March 2024 programme
“Prof Geert was very well prepared and provided many different examples from his experiences. This enabled the whole class to remain fully engaged and included in the course. His lecture delivery process was well received, and he kept the whole class very much in tune and participative.”
Mr. Ibekwe  (Germany), participant of the March 2024 programme