Workshop series: The Personal Leadership Study Challenge. How to create a better study life for yourself? 

Would you like to take a look at your study life from a different perspective and boost your development by working with a professional (career)coach and ‘workdesigner’? 


In ‘The Personal Leadership Study Challenge’ you: 

  • Learn how to create ways to enhance your study-life balance today, and work-life balance in the future. 
  • Gain insight in your own mindset and behaviour.  
  • Develop strategies and tools to increase your well-being by working on self-responsibility and personal leadership. 

During an interactive workshop led by work-life balance coach Marion Miezenbeek and one of the RSM student advisers, you will learn about personal leadership and study-life balance.  


After the workshop you will be able to experiment with your insights and take-aways.  

During a follow-up intervision session you will discover, together with your fellow RSM students, what works best for you. 


RSM is delighted to work with Marion Miezenbeek who is an expert in (career)coaching and workdesign. With more than 25 years of experience she has coached and trained many professionals and (RSM MBA) students in their development and well-being.  

As an internationally certified professional she has a track record in organizations like Berenschot Consultancy, Philips, Akzo Nobel, Randstad, Vopak, Sodexo, KLM etc. 


Now you have the chance to be guided by this coach and workdesigner, so sign up for the workshop: 


The Personal Leadership Study Challenge 

How to create a better study life for yourself? 

When you register, you commit yourself to participate in all parts:  

Part 1
Interactive workshopThursday 13 April10.00 - 13.00 (incl. break)On-campus only
Part 2Implementing & ExperimentingBetween 13 & 20 AprilOngoingIn daily (study) life
Part 3Follow-up Intervision SessionThursday 20 April15.00 - 17.00On-campus only

Registration is open for all RSM students via this link until 7 April 


For more information, please contact the RSM student advisers at