Hi! I'm Els Compernolle, founder of HumanInsight.
I'm fascinated by human behaviour and the plasticity of our brain. After graduating as a Bio Engineer at the University of Leuven, I ventured abroad for a good while: 11 years to be precise. I studied behavioural economics at the University of Cambridge and lectured at the London School of Economics and University College Dublin. I worked as a senior policy advisor in London, Dublin and Brussels.
For HumanInsight I incorporate the latest knowledge from behavioural economics, neurosciences and cognitive psychology in evidence-based training and consultancy, that is geared towards maximal impact.
Our clients are our best ambassadors: they consistently review our work very positively, with a mean satisfaction score of 8,8.
Emilie is an anthropologist (Phd of the Université Libre de Bruxelles). In her trainings she makes use of instruments of collective intelligence (sociocracy, PRODAS talking circle, deep democracy...), theatre improvisation and action theatre.
Emilie gives trainings and facilitates groups in the field of diversity and inclusion, intercultural competences and communication and participatory governance. She focuses on raising awareness of our own bias and stereotypes and on finding common ground in our individual stories.
Emilie guides teams in analysing their current way of working and co-creating projects.
Peter is Master of Arts in Translation and Master NLP, Green belt Lean-Six Sigma® and certified Trainer HRD Academy. He is perfecting as an international CNVC Trainer (Center for Nonviolent Communication) in a certification course with Thera Balvers (Netherlands).
Peter provides training in communication and change, with an unquenchable passion for people as customers or employees. He is strongly inspired by collective intelligence, participative collaboration and ownership.
Clients characterise his way of working as charismatic, energetic, result-oriented, moving, daring and challengingly customer-oriented.
Els is the founder of HumanInsight. She is fascinated by human behaviour and how we can make the most of the plasticity of our brain.
After graduating as a bio-engineer, Els ventured abroad for 11 years. In that period, she studied behavioural economics at the University of Cambridge and lectured at the London School of Economics and University College Dublin.
Els is an enthusiastic expert / trainer for whom critical thinking and scientific underpinning are central. She loves training activities that nudge participants towards behavioural change and produce results in their daily practice.
Joelle is a former lawyer with a Master in Comparative Law (University of Oxford and Université Panthéon-Assas Paris 2) and Advanced Master in Human Rights (Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles).
After a career in international law firms, she now guides organisations in designing and implementing effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies and training. In doing so, Joelle encourages organisations to go beyond compliance-only to bring maturity to their DEI.
Joelle is a lecturer at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management in Diversity management and multiculturality.
Emmanuelle is diversity expert and leadership coach. She holds an MBA from SDA Bocconi.
After travelling the world as a brand strategist, she now assists organisations in building their diversity, equity and inclusion programmes. She also leads the largest intersex community in Belgium.
As a certified co-active leader Emmanuelle designs and runs experiental workshops and coaching sessions on unconscious bias, gender, allyship, ... Emmanuelle's work is scientifically grounded and informed by facts.