„ProMES-ECC is bringing together many years of experience in facilitating ProMES in diverse settings. It’s a real chance for organizations to get in touch with this effective feedback system. I’m happy to support the group as an advisor and mentor.“

Robert D. Pritchard, PhD, University of Central Florida

Robert Pritchard is the inventor of ProMES and chief scientist of ProMES-ECC. He is a Professor Emeritus of Organisational Psychology and Management at the University of Central Florida. He received his Bachelor's degree from UCLA and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He has been on the faculty of Purdue University, the University of Houston, and Texas A&M University. He has worked in the area of motivation and performance in organisations for over 35 years and has published 7 books and over 90 articles on the subject. His award-winning research program has developed techniques for improving motivation and organisational effectiveness, such as ProMES, that have been used by many organisations in the US and in other countries.

He has received several research awards including the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology (SIOP) in 2002 for his work on motivation and performance. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association and in the American Psychological Society. He has been Chairman of the Society of Organisational Behaviour and President of the Houston Association of Industrial and Organisational Psychologists. He is the Editor of the SIOP Organisational Frontiers book series.

"With ProMES organisations get access to the conditions they need for success: A clear vision of what they want their work to be and a concrete action plan that will take them there."

Kenneth Malm, ProMES International Sweden

Kenneth Malm is one of the founding fathers of ProMES-ICC. He studied behavioral sciences and industrial and organizational psychology at the university of Örebro Sweden. He has worked within the Swedish occupational health sector as an expert in psychosocial work environments for many years and has participated in international projects. He is the person who brought ProMES to Sweden. He has been a ProMES-facilitator for almost 30 years and consulted many organizations and projects with his company ProMES International Sweden AB. He focused on consulting services that provide increased value to all stakeholders, customers, shareholders, employees and the society. He helped organizations in Sweden an internationally to improve motivation and productivity with evidence based management techniques. Kenneth and his team also developed a user-friendly and highly flexible Web-tool (ProMES Navigator) that can provide all types of companies and organizations with a custom-made feedback and information system.

Kenneth has retired in 2020 and will continue to support the ProMES success story worldwide as an honorable member of the Advisory Board.

„I fully support ProMES-ECC in their attempts to expand and optimize the use of ProMES in organizations. ProMES has the potential to quantify the importance of humans for organizations in terms of clear numbers such that they eventually care for the well-being of the organization and their employees.“

Prof. Dr. Evangelia Demerouti, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands

Professor Dr. Evangelia Demerouti is one of the currently most influential scientists in both stress and job crafting research. Professor Demerouti is well-known in the scientific community for her outstanding work on health promotion in the work setting. As Full Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, she is dedicated to occupational health, performance enhancement, and social innovation. Her research excels in a large number of high-impact publications.

Evangelia Demerouti obtained her PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology in 1999 supported by a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service. In 2009, she was appointed as full-time professor at Eindhoven University of Technology and since 2011 she is Head of the Human Performance Management Group there. She has published more than 100 papers in high–impact journals (such as e.g., Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and Journal of Vocational Behavior) and book chapters on topics of occupational health, and she is associate editor of the Journal of Personnel Psychology and the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. Her scholarly excellence covers but is not limited to work engagement and job performance, job demands and job resources (JD-R model), job crafting, leadership in organizations, employee self-management and self-regulation, organizational change, well-being and recovery from work.

Evangelia is currently working with the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg on exploring the interdependencies between job crafting and productivity enhancement created in the ProMES process.

„ProMES-ECC is helping to translate the ProMES approach in ways that are highly accessible and very powerful. I am delighted to support the Competence Centre in its work since I can think of no more powerful way of focusing and enable performance and effectiveness in work, in teams and in organizations."

Prof. Dr. Michael West, University of Lancaster

"ProMES is an outstanding organizational intervention. With ProMES, every organization, team and individual can benefit from the power of goal setting and feedback in one integrated instrument. It is based on rigorous international research over several decades and stems from the combination of two powerful streams of research and theory about human motivation and performance. Namely that setting clear, challenging goals and providing timely, accurate feedback has a profound impact on human motivation and performance. The ProMES approach is not some dry academic set of principles but a powerful means for transforming individual, team and organizational performance by enabling people to focus their work efforts to achieve maximum effect and reduce effort in areas that do not add significant value to overall effectiveness. I have used the approach in organizations for the last 20 years in the most complex work settings. It is always hugely effective and engages all in a constructive process that increases their engagement."

Michael West is Professor for Management and Psychology at the Centre for Performance Led HR at the University of Lancaster, UK

Michael West has spent the greater part of his career undertaking research into the factors that determine the effectiveness and innovativeness of individuals, teams and organizations at work. His research has contributed to the field in three areas: innovation and creativity at work, the development of effective teams, and the links between enlightened people management and performance.

He has maintained a strong line of research into the links between how people are managed at work, the climates and cultures of their organizations, and organizational performance over the last 20 years. This work, in collaboration with economists, sociologists and policy researchers, shows that people management and company climate are primary predictors of company productivity and profitability over time. His interdisciplinary orientation, with a strong base in psychology, has been another hallmark of his work.

He has authored, edited or co-edited 20 books, including The Psychology of Work and Organizations (2010) and Effective Teamwork (2004), which has been translated into 12 languages. He has also published over 200 articles for scientific and practitioner publications, as well as chapters in scholarly books.

„ProMES is an effective management tool that is originated in the field of psychology – and it delivers true economic value.“

Prof. Dr. Klaus Moser, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Prof. Dr. Klaus Moser was born in 1962 in Offenburg/Baden, Germany. He studied Psychology and Philosophy of Sciences at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and completed his diploma (comparable to a master degree) in 1986. From 1986 until 1995 he was a research and teaching assistant at the University of Hohenheim, Germany, where he completed his dissertation in 1989. From 1995 to 1998 he was director of the Institute of Work- and Organisational Psychology at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen and since 1998 he has the chair of Industrial/Organizational and Social Psychology at Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.

His current research interests are personnel selection and performance appraisal, training and career development, organizational commitment, unemployment and meaning of work, methodology of organizational psychology.

Moser’s research has been supported by grants from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the BMBF, and the Fritz-Thyssen-Foundation among others. He is cofounder of the interdisciplinary research center “Labor and Socio-Economic Research” at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Moser has also been a reviewer for numerous journals as well as for the German Research Foundation and other institutions.