I strive for freedom to drive projects that align with my beliefs, for trust because it’s the key for learning and happiness because it means great fun and love to me.
“Johan is perceptive and his experience from group- and organizational development created a powerful coaching process. I was challenged safely and with great warmth engouraged to continue my personal development.”
Jenny Strandhag, Branch Head Trafikkontoret Göteborgs Stad
Sofie Lundh, Consultant Manager, Sigma Young Talent
“Johan really understands the needs of our organization and how to satisfy them. Our team have developed clear targets and values, and the team spirit got a positive boost.”
Mikael Laurin, CEO Lean Marine
“Johan is a pedagogic and lively trainer. Our program was a great start on a lifelong process, to understand myself and develop personally”
Niki Addibpour, UX Lead, Postnord
“As he is always updated on our organization and our matter, I can rest assured we get a great result together with Johan”
Ann-Sofie Bäckar, Executive Director, ChemSec
“Johan creates a safe environment in all his interactions with people be it when coaching or having a simple conversation. He is very proactive, honest and goes above and beyond for people who go to him for coaching”
Mahmta Pullat, D&I Specialist, Telia
“Johan has a big drive and passion. He really has the ability to see to every participant in the room. Our trainings taught me a lot about myself and I have developed both professionally and personally”
Fanny Andersson, Stream Lead, Polestar
I started Recreatio, my own company, after working more than a decade with HR, leadership, agile and organizational psychology in businesses ranging from small IT-companies to global petrochem giants and some of Sweden’s biggest NGOs.
With Recreatio, I hope to have the impact as a free radical – to develop individuals, teams and organizations – and by this have an impact for current and future generations.
Mid-pandemy, I had a small digital after work with Johan Welander, a wise friend of mine. He, just as me, is running his own business, is into public speaking and also a high level HR nerd. He said that three years into being self employed and gigger, he started to have the same questions popping up as after a couple of years at earlier workplaces: Is this really forever? What is my next step? Where do I go from here?
I just had a hell month. This autumn, September just flew by. I have never had so much to do, and I’m totally grateful for the opportunities presented to me by my clients and partners. It comes as the same time as a puppy enters my family (and office), my youngest son starts a new school and my wife starts a new job. And now, out on the other side where I’m grateful the light in the tunnel wasn’t a train, it got me thinking…
Busy is the new stupid. Those words flashed by on LinkedIn a while ago. And it stills seems legit. The last year has taught me the importance of unscheduled time. Not without direction. But with focus on my own inner direction. This autumn started with the possibility to come back to that inner direction in the best way possible. Together with Siri Wikander and Niklas Lindhardt, I brought 10 leaders from different businesses to Fulufjället national Park for Beyond Retreat. And these are my key takeways from this cocreated journey.