Creating leading talent

what we do

About

“The future is shaped by our thoughts and actions of today. What we did yesterday influences the way we live tomorrow. Even times long gone determine the present."

MoTiv is a centre for personal development in Education and Business at the Delft University of Technology.

Mission
Our mission is to challenge both students and professionals on meaning and motivation to stimulate personal and professional growth. This will lead to a better understanding of personal creative and innovative powers, giving way to the existential pleasures of engineering.

Values
We value professionalism and personality, dedication and commitment, the magic and the tragic, trust, and the inexhaustible effort for improvement and innovation.

Programmes
Our programmes focus on soft skill training, teamwork, communication and personal leadership. They are designed for both groups and individuals.

Clients
To answer your demands, we design our training programmes and public meetings very thoroughly in collaboration with members of the target group or the commissioner. Contact us for an interview, a lunch, or to discuss other questions.

Experience
The MoTiv staff is experienced in working with students and lecturers at TU Delft and Haagse Hogeschool, focusing on the practical value of motivation in science and technology. The meaning of technology for students and in our society is our concern.

team

Renske Oldenboom

Koog aan de Zaan 1957, graduated in ethics at Free University in Amsterdam. She specializes in communication skills and talent development.


Hans van Drongelen

Rotterdam 1955, graduated in humanities at the Free University in Amsterdam in 1990. He is an expert in the thinking of an engineer and the meaning of technology.


Günther Sturms

Hulst 1979, studied humanities at the University of Utrecht, the Radboud University of Nijmegen and the University of Louvain. He focuses on the exploration of other cultures.

Bart de Klerk

Born in 1969, studied humanities at the University of Utrecht. His research work is focused on Bildung. He specializes in philosophical questions and the narrative method.