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Tjeu Combee

Management Trainee

The most interesting thing in this life? The enormous variety of perspectives and behaviours! I love hearing people talk about their views and observing group dynamics. The essence of my relationship with the people around me is an open and genuine sense of connection. From that basis, I am happy to share my firm opinions. Not to impose them on anyone else, but rather to enter into a dialogue and gain broader insights together.





Tjeu’s skills…


I enjoy observing how individuals and groups function. Either to understand them better or to optimise certain dynamics.

Humorously direct

I’m pretty direct. Both in sharing my opinions and in my sense of humour.


Those direct opinions of mine? They are pretty fluid. I am open-minded; things can’t get crazy enough for me. I like to be surprised by the views of others.


Not only do I keep a close eye on the people around me, I also observe myself. I am continuously aware of what I am doing and how I can improve.

Tjeu is curious about…

Leadership! Now, of course, I provide input and have my projects, but there is always a manager behind me. I am curious to know how it feels to have that ultimate responsibility myself; what pressure, excitement and challenges that brings.

I have worked on these projects

Teamcoach at ABN AMRO

Project Management Support at IMC Weekend School

Stichting IMC Weekendschool provides supplementary, motivational education for young people in places in the Netherlands where it is needed most. To professionalize the foundation, I made a script for organising pop-up summer schools more efficiently. Additionally, I was responsible for the projectplan concerning the onboarding of new employees. Here it was important to map the interests of all stakeholders. 

Project Manager IT at Ormit Talent

As project manager, I was responsible for formalizing and identifying all IT processes within Ormit Talent Netherlands and Belgium. This need arose from a lack of a overarching knowledge of how the IT systems were set up and linked together. As a result, the capacity to act and the pace within the organizations was not optimal, making it difficult to make decisions at the strategic level. I set up a scrum structure where I designated data owners for the various systems used by Ormit Talent. For example, finance, administration, CRM systems, et cetera. It was very interesting to learn how to make people aware of what their stake in the project was, ensuring that with their input the deadlines of the roadmap were going to be met. By being very clear in my questions and expectations, my meetings with stakeholders became more and more effective and I managed to get everyone on board. Ultimately, I managed to turn this start-up project into a continuous business process that is now being continued by my colleagues. Since this was the first time that I was responsible for leading an entire project from launch to implementation, I am especially proud.

Tjeu’s tip…

The podcast ‘Worklife with Adam Grant’. Adam Grant is an organisational psychologist who considers performance within organisations from a particular perspective. He is very good at identifying and interpreting certain habits and other things we do unconsciously. This not only makes you more aware of these habits, but also makes you understand them better.

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