In 2010 Eline van Veenendaal is trained as Professional Co-Active Life Coach by the  Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in London. CTI is one of the few coach training schools to be accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF).

Since 2012 Eline is certified in Advanced Deep Democracy Facilitation – The Lewis Method, a methodology for decision-making (enabling all views and voices to be heard) and conflict resolution (releasing tension and evoking transformation).  This method was created by Greg and Myrna Lewis (South-Africa), when the apartheid ended and democracy began in South Africa. This method is applied succesfully by commercial and non-commercial organisations throughout the world.

Next to that Eline is an accredited specialist in Team Emotional Intelligence Survey (also since 2012), a tool that allows team leaders and managers insight into the dynamics within their team or organisation. The outcome of the survey is compared with scientific benchmarks on group emotional intelligence allowing team leaders/managers and team members to identify key priorities and actions to take team performance to the next level.

Finally, right after high school Eline started her career at the Royal Netherlands Naval College yet after one year aborted her training there, to obtain a Master degree in International and European Law (Utrecht University, 2007).

When Eline is not coaching people, she is working on her first novel. She also loves to make music (with her voice and guitar), create art (preferably with paint) and she enjoys outdoor activities too.

She has inspring stories to tell about how she transformed her life, after concluding that law practice didn’t fulfill her and how she embarked on her own journey of soul-searching, growth, change and transformation, and she loves to share her story with those who seek inspiration.