One thing I learned in the many years I have played handball competitively is that regular training and development of new strategies bring your game to a higher level. Both the individual players and the team as a whole should be prepared for several potential game situations, wherein improvisation and coordination are essential to bring the game to a successful ending. For the purpose of further development, one should also not forget the essence of an evaluation afterwards. In principle, the same applies to crisis management.
Working in the field of crisis management is interesting because of the variety and challenges it brings: no crisis, client or assignment is the same. Moreover, I am convinced that we are never done learning and it energizes me to see people grow in what they do. I have a background in the hospitality industry and love to work with people. Hence, I like to sit down and share knowledge or find a suitable solution.
Through my studies in Public Administration and Crisis and Security Management I developed a wide range of basic knowledge within the field of crisis management. I am eager to put this into practice by preparing your organisation even better for crisis situations in order to bring your crisis management to the next level. An adequate preparation is more than just half the battle!