Tony Robbins, motivational trainer and NLP guru said: “There is no such thing as failure. There are only results”. On this page some examples of impact by Van Kemenade Act are presented.
Quotes from participants from Client Centered Care training for White and Yellow Cross Care Foundation, March 2020
Activity: Three days Client Centered Care training
“The CCC training was an eye-opener. I will be doing my best to implement all of what mr Everard taught me these three days”.
“I enjoyed the training. It brought me closer to my purpose at stBCentre. It was nice to be able to get more knowledge to apply in my work. Thank you for the training and the music you use in it: Music is Life!!!!!”
“Mr. Van Kemenade, you are a wonderful trainer and life coach. I think you are connected to your purpose in life to change people’s mind and influence their life”.
“Keep up the good work, influencing people’s lives in their workplace as well as building up their self and selfconfidence”.
Passion for Quality
Activity: Everard teaches Quality at the Master Integrated Care Design
Impact: “I was lucky having had training from Everard during the elective module ‘Quality, Safety and Risk Management’. If you want to listen to someone who can talk about this topic with passion for hours, you are in the right place with him!”
Michel Bouwens, nurse and student Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Master Integrated Care Design, August 2019
Support in continuous improvement
Activity: supporting a hospital in continuous improvement
Impact:’Once again, thank you for your dedication and passion with us in our continuous quality improvement process’.
Gerard Berkel, Director Queen Beatrix Medical Centre, St. Eustatius, November 2018
Into people’s hearts
Activity: Training quality managers in creating a quality culture
Impact: On September 5th 2018 I received a LinkedIn message from Huong Nguyen, vice head of the QA Department at Thai Nguyen University, Viet Nam. She asked me: “Are you still traveling and disseminating QA knowledge to people? I hope so, because your lessons are very impressive and go into people’s hearts”. What an enormous compliment!!!
Activity: Supporting management in a auxiliary home
Impact: In the intermediate evaluation of the organisational development process in a hospital after six months of involvement from Van Kemenade ACT, the head nurse expressed my impact on the organisation in a nutshell: “We were lost, but you showed us the way”.
Impact on a person
Activity: In January 2018 Everard gave a course to staff in a healthcare institute. A part of the course went into the topic of ‘happiness’. How can we make our residents happy? How can we make our colleagues happy? And , last but not least, how can we be happy ourselves? Since, happy staff makes happy patients. For that purpose questions were asked like what makes you happy in life.
Impact: One of the participants was a nurse from the Philippines that worked abroad, a long way from home in the Caribbean Auxiliary Home. On my way back to Amsterdam the nurse was with me in the plane. I asked him, if he was on holiday. He said: “No, you made me go home forever. I have been reflecting a lot on your questions concerning happiness and I know now I need to go home to my family and find work on the Philippines, where I can really be happy. You changed my life”.
Omani Ministry of Health Care thanks Everard van Kemenade for his contribution
Activity: In 2017 Everard as audit expert supported the First Consultation Meeting to develop the Oman National Accreditation System in Healthcare, in Muscat, Oman.
Impact: First outline of survey system discussed.
Advanced Management Training Caribbean
Activity: In 2015, 2016 and 2017 Everard conducted an Advanced Management Training for representatives of four Organisations in the Caribbean: White and Yellow Cross, Care4You on Sint Maarten and the Queen Beatrix Medical Centre and the Auxiliary Home on Sint Eustatius.The training was the catalyst for change in all four organisations.
“The best management training ever” (Bregje Boetekees, Operations Manager, White & Yellow Cross, St Maarten)
In recognition of valuable contribution
Activity: From 2011 till 2015 Everard worked for October 6 University in 6 October City, Egypt on curriculum development and more precisely on the implementation of a Problem Based program in the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences.
Impact: In September 2015 the first students that followed this program graduated. Students and World of Work were very satisfied with the new skills the students learned.
Activity: Management training at Tamale Teaching Hospital
Impact: In the evaluation of the three weeks training in 2012/2013 Marcellinus Welber, one of the directors at gave me one of the greatest compliments ever: “You change people’s minds”.
Keynote speech at conference, organised by the Chambre of Commerce in Malta
Activity: On the 9th of November 2010 The Chambre of Commerce in Malta organised a conference on Globalisation, Consumerism or Quality? Everard van Kemenade was asked to hold the keynote speech on Ten skill requirements for a globalised environment.
Impact: The successful event led to interesting debates and an interview in the Commercial Courrier, Dec2010/Jan2011 issue with the title “The Globalisation Challenge”.
Interview met de Volkskrant , 14 January 2010
National Quality Assurance System Higher Education Viet nam
Activity: From 2005-2008 Everard van Kemenade has been heavily involved in the ProfQim-project, that aimed at improving the quality of higher education in Viet Nam. Van Kemenade provided trainings on auditief, on quality management, leadership and curriculum evaluation for universities and the Ministry of Education.
Impact: national quality assurance system developed, quality assurance unit established at Thai Nguyen University. They awarded me: “Highly valued consultant at TNU“.