- organizational culture
Griet Peeraer has been working as a professor at Antwerp Management School since 2018. She mainly works in company specific leadership programs and has been working as a consultant and coach since 2015. Griet works mainly on leadership, teaming, organizational culture and (organizational) change. She also teaches in the Executive Master in Public Governance & Leadership.
Griet Peeraer has worked as a leader for over 20 years and likes to work with groups. She likes to be connected, is very pragmatic, and always works from research. Her motto: ‘everyone can grow’, which she starts from a solution focused and empowering grounding.
Griet has obtained a PhD in medical science, masters in social and cultural anthropology and comparative science of cultures, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Indian Studies.
Most important publications:
Professionals’ views on the development process of a structural collaboration between child and adolescent psychiatry and child welfare : an exploration through the lens of the life cycle model. Van den Steene Helena, Van West Dirk, Peeraer Griet, Glazemakers Inge. European child and adolescent psychiatry – ISSN 1018-8827 – (2018), p. 1-11
Research fraud and its combat : what to do in the case of qualitative research. Peeraer Griet, Stalmeijer Renee E.. Medical education– ISSN 0308-0110 – 48:3(2014), p. 333-334
Thinking outside the box. Peeraer Griet. Perspectives on Medical education, June 2013, Volume 2:3, pp 111–113