Leadership Alumni Event

28 to 29 November 2024
Apply until: 15 Oct 2024


Leadership Alumni Event

Alumni of Eurapco Leadership programmes (Eurekans, Leadership Experience, Senior Leadership Programme/Executive Programme) are gathering for an event in the Netherlands on the 28-29 of November 2024. Expect talks of alumni sharing their own leadership experiences, Peer-to-peer coaching, a presentation on new insights on leadership by professor Jean Vanhoegaerden and catching up and extending your international leadership network.

As guest speaker this year we have David Lough. David is the author of ‘No More Champagne – Churchill and His Money’. David Lough’s second book, ‘Darling Winston – Forty years of Letters between Winston Churchill and his Mother’ headed the Daily Mail‘s 2018 Books of the Year. David will share exciting lessons for leaders from Winston Churchill.




28 – 29 November 2024

(Lunch to lunch)


Chateauform Landhuis Mariënheuvel

Glipper-Dreef 199, 2104 WG Heemstede
The Netherlands


Fee indication: €775.

Excluding travelling costs and VAT.



Physical meeting


Programme Details

  • Gain valuable insights from peers and guest speakers.
  • Enhance your leadership or specialist skills.
  • Find inspiration to face change courageously with the support of others.
  • Connect with mentors and colleagues in an international setting.
  • Share challenges and concerns in a trusted environment and receive friendly advice from peers and global colleagues.


JEAN VANHOEGAERDEN – Jean has over 35 years of experience in teaching, coaching, and consulting leaders. He is an Adjunct Professor at Hult Ashridge Business School and a visiting faculty member at other top institutions. His background includes roles at Honeywell and a Swedish consultancy. Jean holds a Master’s in Organisational and Personnel Psychology and has studied at Thunderbird, Harvard, and Tuck School of Business.

DAVID LOUGH – David earned a history scholarship to Oxford, then worked in financial markets before founding a private banking business. He researched Winston Churchill’s finances, resulting in the acclaimed 2015 book No More Champagne. He has spoken and written widely, winning the 2016 International Churchill Society’s Somervell Award. David is involved in several literary and author societies and published his second book, Darling Winston, in 2018


DAY 1 (28th of November)

  • 12:00 – Lunch
  • 13:00 – Welcome
  • 13:30 –  Adaptive Leadership by Jean Vanhoegaerden (90′) – new tool to improve the ability to respond creatively and effectively to change and uncertainty
  • 15:00 – Networking break
  • 15:15 – E-Talk (45′)
  • 16:00 – Peer to Peer Coaching (90′)
  • 17:30 – Networking Aperitivo and Free time
  • 19:00 – Group Dinner

DAY 2 (29th of November)

  • until 08:45 – Breakfast
  • 08:45 – Introduction
  • 09:00 – Leadership lesson #1 from Winston Churchill and politics with Q&A (90′)
  • 10:30 – Networking break
  • 10:45 – Leadership lesson #2 from Winston Churchill and politics with Q&A (90′)
  • 12:15 – Reflection on learnings & Next years Programme
  • 12:30 – Lunch
  • 13:30 – End of the event