Systematizing Purpose-Driven Organizations

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 Why every business leader needs to delegate

I believe in working smarter, not harder.

As a successful founder with a growing team, you want to work on your business, not in it.

Transition from adventurous entrepreneur into organized CEO.

The problem? Most business leaders do not delegate properly.

This leads to a painful, draining “hamster wheel”:

You spend all your time answering questions, putting out fires, explaining processes, attending unproductive meetings, fixing mistakes, dealing with miscommunications, missing deadlines, managing interpersonal tensions, facing information overload, and constant stress.

Now ask yourself:

“If I drop out unexpectedly tomorrow, can my organization still function, or will it collapse?”


How to delegate successfully

To transform your business into a well-oiled machine, you need a management operating system.

Switch from a reactive mode to a proactive mode.

  • Offload all operational knowledge out of your head on paper.
  • Clarify which recurring tasks and meetings keep things running, so others can take over.
  • Provide checklists so all important tasks can be performed with optimal quality.
  • Define clear roles, accountabilities, and working agreements.
  • Have a clear strategy, goals and metrics, so your team knows what to focus on and what to improve.

A KPMG study of 30 successful young businesses found that “expanding internal organization is a key feature in managing high-growth”. Formalizing internal structures as early as possible helps prevent leadership crises and growing pains.

Your next level in professionalism looks like this:

A healthy operation without your constant involvement. You have overview, focus, and peace of mind. You control your agenda, have time for strategic matters, family, hobbies, and personal development.

Your team feels empowered and creates happy customers because expectations are clear and tools are provided.

Why leaders choose me

Real leadership experience

I’m not just a coach, but an active entrepreneur with 16+ years leadership experience ranging from corporate to scale-up to to being an entrepreneur and network & community builder, currently still on a mission as founder of Gaianet.

Tailored approach

Together we implement customized management structures in your organization.

No special software is needed. You keep using your preferred tools, while together we implement the right meetings, documentation, dashboards, and goal-setting strategies.



Wealth of knowledge

In 16+ years of personal development, I read 1000+ books and invested heavily in seminars about leadership, organization, marketing, sales, psychology, philosophy, spirituality, and more.

I’m also a time management author & coach, and licensed for MBTI personality profiling, NLP, and Six Sigma.

Full focus

Together we make the plan. I bring the tools.

You speak and I type.

Together, we achieve more in a few days than most businesses in months (or years even).


I organize differently, because I understand how humans work.

Sustainable peak performance is the goal. Universal principles for health, mindset, personality, and time management are always integrated in my work.


I aim to make things simple, easy to understand for everybody.

My methods are practical and based on common sense. Proven best practices – tools, systems and techniques – made available to you.



All team members understand who does what, when, how and why.



All team members know their objectives and get what they need to achieve them.



All team members are aware of the objectives, progress and required next steps.

The process

  1. Organization analysis (core processes, tasks and meetings, workload, data, energy leaks, strategic objectives, quick wins)
  2. Roadmap (implementation plan and required resources)
  3. Document and delegate (recurring meeting structure, process maps and operational handbook, roles and accountabilities, work agreements, strategy & goal-setting, dashboard design)
  4. Manage and monitor (KPI monitoring, practice meeting facilitation, problem-solving, quality checks, project list)
  5. Continuous improvement (kaizen)


Step 1 and 2 are usually completed within one focused workday.

Step 3 takes several full workdays, either in one go or spread over a few weeks, involving the leader and key (or all) team members.

Step 4 typically requires 6 to 9 months of me supporting a few hours per week in operating the system.

Step 5 is the effortless result of a well-oiled machine doing its magic.

    Your ROI

    My involvement is not cheap, but the investment pays for itself.

    Consider for example…

    • How many hours you will save. What’s the value of one hour of your time?
    • How many extra sales can be made with a well-oiled machine?
    • What’s the value of peace of mind, and sleeping calmly at night?
    • What’s the value of A-players loving to work for you, instead of being stressed out, or micromanaged, ready to leave you?
    • What’s the value in consistently delighting your clients?


    When we start we will agree on clear objectives, so we focus our attention on what is most important to you and the business.

    If you and your team make this a priority, we will truly transform your organization. Your decision to get organized will mark the beginning of a new chapter: more free time, an engaged team, happy clients, consistent growth.

    With the right systems you can have it all.


    In terms of payment, I offer multiple options, so you can choose the solution that best fits your unique situation.

    But the first step is to meet and have a conversation.

    The time to get organized is now. Book that free intake conversation!


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    In which language(s) do you work?

    Either Dutch or English, whichever fits your organization best.

    Do you work with the founder or the COO?

    It depends. My first contact is with the founder or CEO.

    Then, other roles may get involved too, depending on how the work is organized and who will be running the day-to-day operations.

    What's next? When the management structures are in place, how do I really go the extra mile?

    If you really want to go the extra mile, become a top employer and shape the ultimate high-performance team, here’s your menu of further optimizations:

    • A solid recruitment strategy (very important!) and onboarding process for new employees
    • Skills matrix
    • FMEA proactive risk analysis and mitigation
    • Value stream mapping and systematic opportunity identification
    • Project management optimization
    • Implement people context meetings: recurring feedback / mirroring sessions, celebration rituals, resonance meetings
    • Personality mapping: strengths and weaknesses of all team members
    • Personalized GTD optimization for each team member (personal operating system, to-do list optimization, personal prioritization practices)
    • Personal manifestos to understand each other’s unique talents, needs and personalities
    Does your process work for virtual teams too?

    Yes, whether your team works in the office or online, or a mix of both, it works. Because the process focuses on the processes of collaboration, information exchange, feedback, etc. it works for every specific work context.

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    Do we work together online or in-person?

    It’s usually a mix, though everything can be done online.

    What works well is spending one or several days in your office, then continuing online for the following months.

    If physical distance is an issue, the initial intensive sessions can also be done effectively online.

    When does the program start?

    Anytime in the year. Just book a strategy session when you feel the need to get organized, and we will find the right timing for you.

    Which technology or tooling do I need to have in place?

    The operational excellence tools and best practices we will implement I are not techology-dependend. They are analytical tools; ways to make important information visible comprehensible.

    They can be applied on all kinds of platforms and technologies, so you can continue working with whichever tools you currently have in use.

    Isn't Gaianet your number 1 focus?

    Yes, Gaianet is my ultimate mission, my organizational masterpiece. My gift to the world, serving humanity and the planet.

    But it is a not-for-profit foundation, a purpose-driven organization which is not yet generating stable income.

    Hence I’m working part-time on Gaianet voluntary, and part-time as a paid management consultant for successful start-ups.