Piet de Coninck
General Manager of the Home Improvement Manufacturers Association, Chairman of the Global DIY-Summit, proficient CEO available for advisory board or (non)-executive positions, interim management, project management, transition processes, Business Process Redesign, temporary assignments and CEO-mentoring.
Areas of experience cover metalworks manufacturing, plastic injection moulding, manufacturing, Retail (chains) sales to DIY Garden Centers, B2B and B2C sales , Food-industry, residential housing construction, public works construction, public companies, transport-sector, member-association management, sourcing and supply chain management far East.
My skills run through all aspects of general management with helicopter view: finance & accounting, ICT and logistics, HR-management, sales management, marketing & communication, category management and merchandising.
I am used to work with an open and international mindset and as well in family owned businesses. I have and proven track record in building lasting and successful strategies and business formats.
I am a strong believer of inspiring storytelling and open communication to share vision and conviction with all stakeholders and I am fluently quadrilingual. (Dutch, French, English and German).
I have gathered and am trained as a mediator, to bring people together amongst shared interests. As coach I provide guidance to identify, guide, coach, and develop talent. This can be individual coaching in personal development and/or performance or guidance in systemic performance (team efficiency and performance, meeting or brainstorm moderation…).
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