Tell us about yourself/your team.
We are a team of 4 non-government organisations (NGOs) and employees of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) from Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Belgium and the UK, passionate about improving the health of Roma children in Europe.
I am a father of an 11 year old son. I work for GlaxoSmithKline for 19 years now. I love travelling and seeing the world, meeting and learning from other people and other cultures. I have lived and worked in, the Netherlands, Indonesia, the UK, Slovakia and now in Belgium.
Our Project is initiated and funded from the GSK European Community Partnerships Programme.
What makes you an intrapreneur? What are the skills, capabilities, and personality traits that make you an intrapreneur?
Passionate to address inequalities, especially towards children not having the chance to grow up in good health and appreciate good education. A pragmatic problem solving and solution oriented can –do attitude. A healthy aversion towards (corporate) bureaucracy. Proven ability to make things happen. Able to see the big picture and future needs and linking it to the Corporate Strategy. Strong internal GSK network and growing external network In Brussels and Central Europe at sufficient level to raise awareness and gain support. Natural and inclusive leadership/moderating skills to align different (professional) stakeholders and individuals towards a common goal