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LSE Advisory Board

The activity of promoting leadership in companies, as the optimum solution for the best results, requires a wide understanding of the various business sectors and the diversity of the different cultures.

To achieve this and to add considerable real business experience to the equation, LSE has obtained the support of several Advisors who provide practical wisdom and philosphical advice on our methodology and approach.

These Advisors value being associated with a movement focused on leadership solutions (for business growth) rather than the more traditional management solutions. They are successful business persons who are progressive New-Economy "Thinkers". Although they operate in different sectors each of them is ambitious, progressive and believes above all in the value of people under good leadership.

Petra Buderus >

Currently Global Head of Human Resources at Multifonds, she has been working for 18 years in the field of Human Resources Management and Consulting in Luxembourg. Previously, she was Director of Human Resources at KPMG Luxembourg.

Petra holds a Masters in Organizational Psychology (France) and a certificate in organizational and individual coaching from Milton Erikson Institute Heidelberg, Germany.

< Michael Chamier

Michael Chamier former Finance Director at the European Parliament and is currently managing his own consulting company dealing with EU finance issues.

Previous to his role at the European Parliament Michael held Financial Management posts at a European level for multinational companies in Paris, Brussels and London

Dr. Petra Garnjost >

Dr. Petra Garnjost is Professor of Management at HTW Saarland Business School. She teaches several core courses in Management, and her areas of electives include Leadership, Intercultural Communication and Team Management. Dr. Garnjost is also a frequent presenter and trainer to professional groups and conferences.

She was the Director of the John F. Welch College of Business in Luxembourg and Assistant Professor of Management until 2010 and her professional qualification is based on consulting SME´s and serving as a Managing Director of a consulting firm.

< Sandro Pace-Bonello

Sandro Pace-Bonello is the General Manager of the Luxembourg office of a large international group and is a director of several Luxembourg companies. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in England in 1981 and has lived and worked in London and Johannesburg.

Roeland Pels > 

Roeland Pels was general manager of Benelux Trust (Luxembourg) S.A. until 2007. He has been an 'entrepreneur pur sang' and is living in Luxembourg since 1986. He created his own company and is convinced that only true focus brings you success in achieving your goals.

Roeland is founder and chairman of the Dutch Trade Forum, a networking association that is committed to helping Dutch speaking business people in Luxembourg.

< Freddy Thyes

Freddy Thyes is presently active as an independent director for financial, industrial and media companies and accompanies the development of new ventures as a strategic advisor on an international level. He holds a Master of Science degree in engineering and a post-university degree in business administration. He spent most of his professional career in manufacturing companies and in the media sector, before starting independent activities. He participated in the launch and management of broadcast companies in a number of European countries. He was TV director of CLT/RTL, co-founder and CEO of RTL4 and RTL5 in The Netherlands. He was also president TV Europe of SBS Broadcasting, as well as member of the management Board of the publishing group Saint-Paul in Luxembourg.

Andreas Verykios >

A former HR Director with close to 40 years international experience in private and public sector organisations at senior executive level. Born in Greece, Andreas studied economics at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and business administration (MBA) at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He speaks English, French and Greek fluently and has a working knowledge of German.
After starting his professional career in private sector service companies, including banking, he moved to Luxembourg in 1981 as a lending executive at the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU’s project finance bank. During his 28-year career at the EIB, he took up a series of senior positions, including five years as Director of Human Resources.

He has first-hand experience of a multitude of situations involving leadership and human relations issues in a cross cultural environment and his period as HR Director has left him with a strong interest in personal development and coaching. He has undergone specific training in coaching at the LKB School of Coaching in Paris and at the Academy of Executive Coaching in London. He is a member of the Luxembourg chapter of the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council)