Inge Beckers

Inge has been working in HR for more than twenty years and currently works as a Talent Development Specialist for the Belgian EMEA-I head office of an American company. In this company she is involved in development programs for employees and managers, and active as an internal coach. As a coach, she wants to help people to work out their own power and authenticity and help them grow and flourish in whatever they do. Working daily with people gives her energy and motivation. Inge prefers to coach people with a ‘soft power’ whilst looking at and using their values and strengths. In her coaching, she combines positive psychology, NLP and Mindfulness.

After finishing her Masters degree in Positive Psychology (MAPP) she started her own side business, Flow and Connection, which specializes in coaching and training in Positive Leadership.

Inge lives in Belgium and has three children.  You can contact Inge via flowandconnection@gmail.com or via Linkedin.

Inge’s Blog

Positive Mindset

Positive Mindset

Being a leader can be quite challenging. You are responsible for your team, your department and your business goals. You want to be successful and motivate your people to perform at their best. After all, you all want to achieve great results, no? Well, it might not...

Mindfulness is more than hype

Mindfulness is more than hype

Mindfulness seems to be the latest buzzword, not only online or in lifestyle magazines, but also in the business environment. This is good news because now more people get to know the concept of mindfulness. But it is also dangerous because misconceptions are being...

Let’s Slow Down To Speed Up

Let’s Slow Down To Speed Up

  We live in a fast-changing world. We all feel it. Technology evolves at a high speed and it seems the challenges get more difficult by the day. In order to cope, we work harder and faster. We seem to be stuck in fast forward.   Getting caught in the fast...

A New Year, a New Beginning?

A New Year, a New Beginning?

A new year is always a good opportunity to reflect on the previous one. To look back and review what you have learned and how you handled the challenges life gave you. It is also an opportunity to set intentions for the coming year.  And maybe this year, you can...

Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect

Last year, I heard this story about a little girl. She was 6 and went to a local school near her house. One day, in class, her teacher asked the children to make a drawing of a house. So she made this drawing of a beautiful purple house, with a yellow roof, a blue...

The Gift of Autumn

The Gift of Autumn

Research done by Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman from the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Centre shows that from all the character strengths, gratitude is the single best predictor of well-being. I have mentioned this before in a previous blog but I would...

Gratitude the Key to Happiness

Gratitude the Key to Happiness

Gratitude is the key to happiness. For those who do not believe this, I can recommend a trip to Sweden and Finland during the summer. I had the pleasure of visiting both countries in June and it's a great time to stay there. After a long and dark winter, people are...