Johan Reinhoudt is Founder/President and CEO of Top-Coach and creator of the “True Result™ Executive Coaching 5-step Program” for Personal and Executive Coaching and “the 12-week Coach™ approach” for sustainable Burnout recovery, that helps Executives and Professionals (eg. CEO’s, Presidents, Entrepreneurs, Board Members, MT-Members, Accountants, Attorneys, Civil Law Notaries, General Practitioners, Lawyers, Medical Specialists, Pharmacists, Physicians) who face performance challenges and/or Burnout to get sustainable improvement in personal effectiveness and measurable results.
Over the past thirty years Johan gained experience as CEO, President, Management Consultant, but also his broad scientific, operations and R&D background in a variety of organisations, ranging from start-up, SME to renowned international concerns (such as for example, Abbvie, Cognizant, Eurofins, Leiden Universitair Medisch Centrum, Pfizer, PRA Health Sciences, Sanofi) provides an exceptional practical, creative and innovative background.
Johan has a BSc degree in Anaesthesiology (Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and is certified in general management by INSEAD-CEDEP in Fontainebleau, France and the Institute for Social and Business Sciences (ISBW) in Hilversum, the Netherlands. He is also a certified master executive coach (MCC) and is personally trained by the late Dr. Suzanne Skiffington, founder of the internationally renowned Behavioural Coaching Institute and author of many internationally acclaimed executive coaching publications and books. Johan is also trained as Effortless Coach and Master Burnout Coach – besides this Johan has followed many other training courses.
Johan lives in the Utrecht area in the Netherlands and works with clients nationally and internationally.
Please contact Johan directly if you want to know more about “True Result™ Executive Coaching” or about the “12-week Coach™” approach – you may contact him either via telephone +31 (0)30-200 6761, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the contact form.