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Johanne Spjut – Founder and MD Gavlac AB

Specialising in . . .

  • Leadership development & executive coaching
  • Developing intercultural competence
  • Multi-cultural team leadership & coaching
  • Expatriate coaching

Johanne Spjut originally comes from Brussels, Belgium, and now lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

Johanne is the founder and managing director of Gavlac AB, a globally networked organization offering highly personalized services in leadership development and in executive coaching.

Read more about Johanne Spjut’s skills and expertise, and hear what Bob Selden has to say . . .

 In the past 15 years, she has acquired a broad international experience working with leaders from all over the world and supporting global companies in many different industries to manage and grow their talent base.

Johanne’s work focuses on raising leadership effectiveness and on developing intercultural competence.

Johanne Spjut is certified in a number of internationally recognized HR assessment tools. She studied at Brussels University, at the Stockholm School of Economics (IFL) and at the Duke University (Fuqua School of Business, USA).

Johanne works in English, Swedish and French.

For more information and references, please check

Bob Selden says . . .

“Working with different cultures and people from different organizations, is a specialty of Johanne Spjut. She has an innate ability to relate to people of all levels and cultures and quickly gain their trust and confidence. She is one of the most creative coaches I have worked with, always looking to make the best of challenging situations.”


About the Author -

Bob Selden is the author of the best-selling “What To Do When You Become The Boss” – a self-help book for new managers – see details at He’s also coached at one of the world’s premier business schools, the Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland and regularly advises managers around the globe on their current challenges. Please add your comments to this article or contact Bob via if you would like some free advice on your current management challenge.


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