As a woman with a deep sense of curiosity and a high empathy score, I guide my clients through finding their path to becoming the best version of themselves.
I made it my motto to become better every day, to learn or to hear something new and beautiful each day, and to help my clients do this as well.
I also own a successful training company and I was named one of the most influential businesswomen in my country.
During the past 18 years, I have been working with clients all over the world, assisting them on their self-development journey.
Looking back I find myself pondering on the fact that I have always searched for something – I am not certain I have yet found it. Sometimes it feels like I get closer to it, then it gets away – it is my own Graal. This has its ups and downs. One advantage is that I always question the status quo, which helps the development and the evolution. This, however, has its own limitation – since my standards are too high they are very difficult to reach.
- Executive Master in Coaching and Consulting for Change, INSEAD;
- The Challenge of Leadership, INSEAD;
- Executive MBA, Asebuss and Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, USA.
- I have more than 100 media features on top online media outlets focused on business and career development.
”Je cherche donc je suis.”
Effectively managing an organization has a lot to do with the way leaders act. I’ve always been fascinated by the paradoxical aspects of a leader: the intriguing combination of unselfishness and greediness, the openness to experience and the need for solitude, the conscious and rational ability to make decisions and the unconscious, underlying fear of failure.
The psychodynamic approach helps individuals reflect on those underlying drivers and gain an in-depth view of their inner theatre. Essentially, it is both an analysis of self and an analysis of self in relation to others while acknowledging the complexity of each individual. My methods focus on exploring those hidden drivers that affect human behavior and going beyond the purely traditional, structural approach.
I design holistic interventions and I strive to help leaders become more reflective and self-aware and internalize the ability to analyze their own behaviours rather than apply a one-size-fits-all solution to every issue.
Help people make changes in their lives.
Now, let’s get to the fun things!
FUN FACT #1:
When I was a child I used to love acting and organizing shows at my house. I would give roles to everybody, make costumes, bring in spectators and sell the tickets to the shows.
FUN FACT #2:
I would like to go to a perfume school; it is one of my passions, that of combining diverse fragrances to create something unexpected and wonderful.
FUN FACT #3:
I almost became a flight attendant. I wanted for a job that would have allowed me to be on a plane. Unfortunately, just before the exam, I got a very nasty tooth infection and I chose to go to the doctor rather than go to the exam next day. So, I missed my opportunity to be “up in the air”. I, however, compensate these days since I do my best to fly at least once a month.
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