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Pierre Cock
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Education:

Civil Engineer in electro mechanics and systems regulation. University of Ghent

Postgraduate in Applied Economics. University of Antwerp

Master in Business Administration. University of Antwerp

Coach acc-level according to the International Coaching Federation. Leading & Coaching Academy – Brussels

Professional practitioner of the cognitive en behavioral approach. Institute of Neurocognitivism – Brussels

Professional experience:

25 years of management and executive management in business development, change management, commercial management for a Belgian multinational producing and marketing building materials.

My passion is to search for opportunities, analyze how the impossible can be realized, federate resources, identify and develop human potential to make the impossible possible.

Current position

As coach, trainer and consultant my mission is to help leaders, teams and organizations to let flourish their individual, collective and organizational skills by including the knowledge and tools of cognitive and behavioral sciences into their behavior. To this end I implement my education, my experience and my personal history.

Who am I?

I’m married and the proud father of 5 children. I recharge my batteries in nature. I love to share good times with those who are dear to me. I love challenges and trying to understand and model the inexplicable, the unknown. Undoubtedly it will take me countless lives to accomplish all of this!

Why I support this project?

Learning is my way of living. Sharing knowledge and experience give sense to my life. This motivated me to spend time to write this article.

Effective decision making

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1.    DECISION MAKING As human beings we are constantly involved in decision making. Most decisions are unconscious, like driving a car, our non-verbal communication, what and how we eat, the way we behave around other people, etc. About 10% of our decisions are conscious, for example, setting priorities: what will I do first?  Which route […]

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