With our trainings, consultancy & advice or scientific research,
we help you make the right choices.
Solving tomorrow’s problems today
Working together on responsible and
feasible solutions for the future.
Essenburgh provides the tools that allow you to gain your own insight and understand the world
to your liking.
Essenburgh conducts independent applied (health) scientific research on behalf of governments and industry. Our research helps clients make the right decisions. In our reports and scientific publications, new insights are translated into practical solutions.
We have a diverse range of training on retirement in sight, sustainable employability, better care and leadership.
We support clients in realising complex change processes such as reorganisations and cultural changes.
We advise clients on complex collaboration and optimization issues, including in healthcare. In doing so, we use evidence-based methodologies.
With scientific research, we make people think about their challenges. With training and coaching, we give people the push they need to get started on their goals. And with our advice, we encourage people to use their full potential.
We find the facts, take initiative, bring fun to a challenge, don’t lose sight of people, and make sure everyone wins.
of experience In helping people
Best customer review
Customers rate an average of 9
> 50 scientific publications
“You get to know yourself and your partner better in a humorous way.”
Financial and inheritance matters were discussed in an open and relaxed atmosphere. Lifestyle and health tips given, stereotypes put down and imagination and creativity stimulated. In between there was great food, drink and good sleep.
In the well-prepared and appropriately smoothly presented program, you will get to know yourself and your partner better in a humorous way.
Dennis van Zanten –
“Learning to look, think and act differently”
“I have learned to look at the process from a distance. You shouldn’t make adjustments out of panic. Better to accept that you have to go through the discomfort together. First of all, we are not finished with the whole change. We still need the next few years for that. But Essenburgh got the dialogue going and taught us to look, think and act differently. If we had done this all by ourselves? Then it wouldn’t have worked out nearly as well as it does now. Strange eyes compel. And lead to new insights.”
Jeanine Brink –
The Care Network master class taught me to see things differently.
“When developing healthcare networks, we often look at the limitations, because you reason from an existing environment. The master class taught me to look differently. How do we make cooperation between healthcare providers successful? Good care is patient-centered, effective and good for all parties.”