Sven is an expert on organizational culture and behavioral change, he also known as the Culture Guru and Happiness Manager....
drs. Sven Rickli is a high-end business coach. He's expert on organizational culture and behavioral change, he also known as the Culture Guru and Happiness Manager. Based on his broad (scientific) knowledge and years of experience he enlarges happiness and productivity in companies, resulting in higher organizational profits. His core expertise is Employee Experience, engagement, absenteeism & rentention.
Sven was ranked in the top 100 HR experts (2014; The New York Times & Forbes) and he is accredited by the Minstery of Social Affairs as expert of sustainable employability and social innovation.
For the past 10 years he worked for big companies: KLM, Coca-Cola, CZ, Transavia, DHL, Shell, Holland Casino, Unique, Efteling, Essent, Rabobank, Miele, Bosch, Peijnenburg, VDL, PWN, TNO, GGZ, DSB, Meander, Pilz, Van Oers, Woonkracht10 etc.
He did research in Silicon Valley at Apple, Tesla, Facebook & Google and discovered their HR secrets for success.
Sven assists organizations in becoming adaptable to change, by building a succesful culture and stimulate social innovatie. He does so in a creative, interactive and humoristic manner, as project manager, management consultant and coach.
He gives masterclasses, writes, does research and publishes. Besides that he does PhD research and is registered teacher (CRKBO).
He is on the board of Quality of Life Development Holding, owner of Nolost Group BV, and runs Nolost Capital BV.
His dream is to increase happiness and quality of life for more than a million people. He was inspired by his life partner, who miraculously survived cancer. He dedicates his work to a good friend, who contributed to Sven’s passion for psychology.
Does Sven know it all? Not necessarily. But he does inspire and energize people and organisations to change, with his sharp mind and insight, broad experience and surprising perspectives.
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