Camiel Schoonens is an energetic leader with a strong intrinsic motivation to get the best out of his work, his people and himself every day.
Energetic leader, culture builder
and driver of change
Every now and then I blog short things on my thoughts, on technology and on anything else that grabbed my attention. Most of my blogs are also shared on my Twitter account. Feel free to follow me there too.
As a Chief Technology Officer at Ingenico ePayments I’m both a mentor and a student.
I believe in sharing experiences as openly reflecting on these is what leadership is about for me. This is how I learn and grow.
Photography is about capturing a moment in time that otherwise would be gone forever. I’ve loved photography ever since I was a kid and I try to practice my skills as much as possible.
Listen before you speak, read before you listen.
I try to read as much and diverse as possible in both English and Dutch. Topics that interest me are around technology (Apple and web development), leadership, geography, politics and music. My favorite articles are automatically saved to this website for you to discover and read yourself.
📖 New York City was on the brink of bankruptcy in the 1970s. Crime was on the rise, and subway ridership had dropped to its lowest level since 1918.
📖 Uit het laatste Nationaal Salarisonderzoek blijkt weer hoe hardnekkig de loonkloof is. Het verschil tussen wat jonge vrouwen en mannen verdienen is zelfs gegroeid. Voor het verschil in beloning worden vele oorzaken genoemd, maar kloppen die ook?
Photographs capture a moment that otherwise would be gone forever, impossible to reproduce. As much as I would like to practice photography every single day, I don’t. Most of the photos presented here are taken during holiday trips and business travels. I enjoy trying to find the right composition and playing with light and lines.
📷 Canon EOS R + EF35mm f/2 IS USM @ 35mm, f4,5, 1/500 sec, iso 100
📷 Canon EOS R + EF35mm f/2 IS USM @ 35mm, f4, 1/500 sec, iso 100
📷 Canon EOS R + EF35mm f/2 IS USM @ 35mm, f2,5, 1/500 sec, iso 100
Feel free to comment on my work in the comment session below the photo or through my Instagram account where all photos are cross posted.