Careerfit is a privately owned company and is the result from years of experience of its founders with talent.
Who we are
Pablo Annys, managing partner at Careerfit, started his career as consultant for CPM within the HR consultancy area. Being a consultant is one thing, getting things done in big companies another. Five years later he became talent manager at Alcatel-Lucent in Antwerp, responsible for the recruitment, development and career coaching of engineers and managers. He broadened his international experience recently at Barco where he completed his HR competencies as HR Director for EMEA-Latin America. At Barco he was also responsible for maintaining good relationships with unions and industrial relations. Pablo is holder of a Master degree in Psychology (Free University of Brussels, VUB 1998), Master in HRM (AMS, 1999) & OD consultancy (KUL-LUC, CIGO program 2004). His passion is coaching and guiding talent to better career insights and results.
Thomas De Wulf, founding partner of Careerfit, started his career as engineer at Alcatel-Lucent. After two years he joined ORMIT, the management development company and network in Belgium & The Netherlands as management trainee where he contributed to assignments within top employers such as ArcelorMittal, KBC & Achmea. Passionated by the ORMIT way of management development, training and coaching, he joined the management team of ORMIT as business relations manager. Since 2007, Thomas is managing director for ORMIT in Belgium. Thomas holds a Master degree as Bio-engineer (1997, University of Ghent) and MBA Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School (2008).
Sofie De Palmenaer, consultant at Careerfit, graduated in Work Psychology at Ghent University. She's passionate about proactive and innovative behavior in the workplace since her master dissertation handled the topic of work values, achievement goals and proactivity. She caught interest in coaching and development when she did an internship at Kessels & Smit, the learning company. During this internship she also cofounded the positive revolution, a movement that aims to get more attention to talent in education.
Sharon Vandousselaere, freelance consultant at Careerfit. Sharon holds a master degree in Work Psychology and Business Economics at Ghent University. She worked as a researcher specialised in Service Marketing, HRM and recently also Career Management for BMW Group Belux, Arizona State University (USA), Ghent University and Antwerp University. Sharon recently founded Tamepa (www.tamepa.be) where she works as a career coach and mindfulness trainer.
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