Jan Booij, Thijs Vink and Joris van de Klundert are the three men behind One World, different views. All three of them with a fair amount of expertise in the field of leadership development, healthcare and interculturalisation. They have, partly due to frequent visits to the country, developed knowledge and an insight with regards to the changes and recent developments in the Chinese urban areas. They are familiar with the local (social) healthcare domains.
They have gained trust and respect because of this specific experience and knowledge, and they also have the required network to set up and implement a leadership development programme. Former cooperation with healthcare organisations in China have already led to beautiful results.

 

Jan Booij

Owner of Jan Booij Advies

Jan Booij is the owner of Jan Booij Advies. He is a consultant in healthcare, in local and national administration along with commercial organisations that surround these areas.

CEO in Healthcare

In the early days he was a director and CEO in healthcare and in the field of protection of interests. He is co-founder of the European Network on Intercultural Elderly Care (ENIEC) and has been Chair for years.

Additionally, he has been stimulating close cooperation between healthcare organisations in long term care in both China and in Europe, and in fact has already realized some of this as well.

Colaboration

Over the past ten years Thijs Vink and Jan Booij have worked together on several projects. The main theme was always how to offer future-proof and quality-proof care to a large variety of people with different backgrounds. How does one make sure there is interculturalisation in healthcare? And how does one as a leader enlarge one’s own and the organisation’s culture sensitivity?

 

 

Thijs Vink

Founder and owner of Changekitchen.

Thijs Vink is founder and owner of Changekitchen. As a change consultant he has built an big expertise in complex changes in the public domain. Thijs supports leaders in dealing with changes within and outside their own organisation. As a trainer and coach he contributes greatly to various leadership-development programmes.

Creating awareness

Thijs approach is all about creating awareness of one’s own point of view, culture, assumptions and convictions. From this awareness one can learn about and from oneself and from the other one. The underlying goal is to make leaders more effective in their own way of doing.

Collaboration

Over the past ten years Thijs Vink and Jan Booij have worked together on several projects. The main theme was always how to offer future-proof and quality-proof care to a large variety of people with different backgrounds. How does one make sure there is interculturalisation in healthcare? And how does one as a leader enlarge one’s own and the organisation’s culture sensitivity?

 

 

Joris van de Klundert

Professor of Health Services Management & Organisation

Joris van de Klundert chairs the department of Health Services Managemant & Organisation, at the Institute for Health Policy & Management of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Focus point

Joris has over 20 years of academic experience in research, consulting and (executive) education, in international programs in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Management and Leadership of Health Services Innovation in China forms an important focus point in his current research, teaching and consulting activities.

Corporation

His work involves corporation in research with the Chinese Academy for Medical Sciences and Jiao Tong University, as well as with the Worldbank, The Center for Health Human Resource Development, and the Center for Project Supervision and Management, affiliated with NHFPC.

 

 

About the programme

China and the Netherlands: almost impossible to compare, but also cultures with common grounds. These resemblances and (huge) differences form the pillars of our reasoning: One World, different Views. One connects on common ground. Focussing on differences enables us to learn.

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Coproduction

The program is a coproduction between One World Different Views and Erasmus University IBMG.