Sailing, skating, playing outdoors... This proud Frisian grew up in nature! My fascination for nature flows seamlessly into an interest in chemistry and biology. Like the professor in a white coat, I can view situations and problems inquisitively and without judgment. But merely observing is not enough for me! I have an enormous vigour bubbling inside me that wants to set things up, improve, do. Because of my factual nature, it often surprises people that I get energy from dynamic or even creative environments. Finding the consensus between all the loose pieces in those places; that is what I do it for!
I am pure in my intentions and take responsibility. For me, no second agenda. Also, the pure intention of an organisation or team to improve something honestly and sustainably is a key driver for me.
A step back
When the intention is pure, the professor in me likes to step back to see the whole picture. This is how I form a picture of both the situation and the possible directions of movement.
The direction? We have to choose that together. To get to the point, I like to move between the substantive and the emotional. First I look at the content, then I put my feelers out.
Consensus reached? LET’S GO! With my decisiveness and perseverance, I act as a stable engine in a team context. Achieving results together; how nice is that!
Regina is curious about…
Extremely smart people, in all areas! When someone has delved into a particular subject, I love hearing all about it. I also find the person behind the information interesting; how does that brain work? How does that person think? I enjoy the variation in people and topics, hence my interest in the Ormit Talent track!
As mentioned earlier; my factual mind actually turns on in creative environments and activities. My best investment this year is the Rembrandt pass. For people under 28, the pass costs only €28. You can visit as many as 125 museums with it!
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