Personal energy at work and career development is gaining more and more visibility in the media. Here you will find articles and messages from the recent period where Sandra has appeared in the news with interviews and her own articles.
December 5, 2022
Dutch article: Why you burn out while your colleague thrives (and what leaders can do about it).
Interview with Sandra about her research an experience in trainings for corporates.
Book launch announcement
November 17, 2022
The book What do you really want? by Sandra Klijn is in the spring brochure of Boom publishers Amsterdam that has been sent to all bookshops! Expected release is June 2023.
Speaker during the week of happiness at work
September 19-25, 2022
As part of the week of happiness at work in September 2022, Sandra provided two masterclasses.
Masterclass: Energized at work
For anyone who wants to experience more energy at work.
Masterclass: What do I really want?
For anyone looking for a job that is beyond your talents and passions, but you are not sure what you want and where to start.
Speaker at the World Congress of Nursing Education and Practice in Rome
15 september 2022
I Live Green Magazine: zomer persbericht
July 14 2022
Sandra Klijn about the importance of resting during the summer holidays
Speaker at the Dutch National Career Fair
April 23, 2022
During the National Career Fair of 2022 in the Rai in Amsterdam, Sandra gave a 1-hour workshop on 'What do I really want'? The 112 participants in this workshop were given the tools to find out what you want and what first steps you can take to gain control over your career.
At the end of 2021, these two scientific articles were published in 'Sustainability'. These are the first two articles of Sandra Klijn's PhD research on 'Personal energy at work'.
Artikel: Personal energy at work, a source for success
April 14, 2021
This article about personal energy at work by Sandra Klijn, was recently published in 'Executives in Science, Business and Society'. This article provides a brief introduction to her PhD research.