Bernard Moerman

Bernard Moerman is a lifelong coach and mentor who motivates and guides people to find their values and talents.

Bernard helps people grow their skills and discover their passions, to transform them into winning performers with impact.

Elite-level competition, managing high-performing teams and inspirational leadership have been the common denominators in Bernard’s international professional experiences of over 40 years.

Starting his career as a professional footballer, Bernard later established an internationally renowned Cycling Development Center where he mentored over 1000 young cyclists from 34 countries. He later founded and managed a professional cycling team, whilst at the same time becoming a consultant on international sports development for clients in Asia and the Middle East.

For more than 20 years Bernard lived at a high pace, traveling and working across three continents. Five years ago he realized it was time again for a new chapter in his life, becoming a certified career coach and mentor to high potential talent in business. He also stepped into the academic sphere as a Lecturer on Leadership at Antwerp Management School.

Together with his wife Ann and his two Old English Sheepdogs Kashmir and ZsaZsa, Bernard volunteers at Villa Samson (UZ Jette, Brussels) where he endeavors to boost the happiness and mental wellbeing of sick children.

Today, Bernard speaks on the topics of Inspirational Leadership, Winning Mindset, Resilience & High Performing Teams.  His incredible reservoir of personal and professional experience makes him a unique storyteller and guide who can delight and inspire any audience.

Bernard Moerman, is a multiple TEDx Speaker and lifelong coach and mentor with a never-ending drive to learn.


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