Thomas Veeman

Thomas Veeman

Helps teams bridge cultural barriers and overcome differences in communication styles, integrating his work experience that spans 6 countries and 3 continents.

Thomas has worked in the United States, Germany, Switzerland, India, and Thailand.  He has lived in Mexico City since 2012, where he draws on his international background to teach executive courses on emotional and cultural intelligence.  Thomas is especially passionate about using experiential and narrative methods to help teams bridge cultural and communication divides.  He speaks English, German, and Spanish.

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Services & Expertise

  • Strategic narrative
  • Intercultural communication
  • Team building
  • Training
  • Presentations
  • Feedback
  • Individual executive coaching

Education & Qualifications

  • Masters in Business Administration, Cornell University (USA)
  • Masters degree in psychology, Alliant International University (Mexico City)
  • Bachelor’s degree in language and culture, Southern Oregon University (USA)
  • Three years of philosophy study, Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin (Germany)
  • Advanced training in narrative counseling, Vancouver School of Narrative Therapy (Canada)
  • International conference presenter and workshop facilitator

Thomas’ thought leadership

Happy fathers day
"Can I call you back? I'm creating happy memories of my childhood for my father." -from the New Yorker
  “The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said”
Conversaciones organizacionales, ¿el problema?
Hernández, the general director of the Nocommunication Company, is worried about the decline of sales in his organization and has
New Yorker - This requires both ears
From the New Yorker: "This requires two ears"  
A positive NO
There’s been a recurring theme with clients in the past few days about an apparent incapacity or difficulty in saying
Featured in Mexico's leading national newspaper Reforma: "Promoting productive dialogue in companies." Click on the image to read the full
Google, Amazon, and other data-driven companies have used their their strength – data analysis – to challenge conventional thought in
Olaf Dickinson
I often hear that my coachees are able to describe, with some degree of detail, the external circumstances that affect their

We believe that organizations can build their future now by focusing on customer experience, harnessing relationships at all levels, and creating cultures of innovation. Around these three pillars, we work with organizations and teams to help them align their strategy, leadership model and communication style.

We design tailor-made consulting and training programs to help create congruent cultures and high-impact teams, demonstrating ROI in productivity, image and effectiveness.

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