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Why do you think that leadership agility is a key area of development for organisations?

“While many organisations focus on the operational side of agility - the processes and systems - the real challenge lies in creating agile minds that can handle the complexity and ambiguity of our time, which is no small feat with a human brain that thrives on predictability and linear thinking. I deeply enjoy working with people who are open to putting themselves – mentally and physically - in situations that bring them to the edge of their capability, who like to engage with people with opposing world views and are able to laugh about themselves when they resort to familiar biases and behaviours. Especially the last part…”

  • Master’s degrees in Healthcare policy and Management (Erasmus University NL) High Performance Leadership (EADA Business School, ES) and International Leadership & Organisational Coaching (EADA).

  • Certified Coach in Neuroscience for High Performance, Team and Executive Coaching, Leadership Agility 360, Somatic Leadership Coaching, Lifestyle and Nutritional Coaching.

  • Ph.D. Candidate in Organisational Change with Ashridge - Hult Business School (UK), one of the world's leading Institutions in Action Research.

  • Yielded increased and sustained business performance for key player clients such as Nike, Novartis, Syngenta, Citrix, B Braun Medical, Suez, and Ifema by utilising a systemic approach within Cultural Transformation, Executive Development, Leadership and Teams.


Leadership Agility, Cultural Transformation and Peak Performance



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What is, in your experience, the most essential aspect of team coaching in times of uncertainty?


From my perspective, one of most essential aspects of team coaching is to create a space to reflect, to understand what’s really going on and to create a purpose and a shared vision to lead this uncertain time with clarity, determination and passion. This sense of purpose boosts motivation, cooperation, commitment, accountability and serves as a trigger for leaders to bring more meaning to their job. This way we can help them to embody the new forms of leadership needed to navigate this profound complexity.”

  • Psychologist, Masters in Human Resources, Postgraduate in “Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy” (REBT) by Albert Ellis Institute.

  • Executive and team coach by CTI, certified in Organisational and Relations Systems, Master Practitioner NLP, certified coach CPCC and PCC by ICF.

  • Collaborates as an Executive Coach in ESADE BUSINESS SCHOOL and Associate Professor in EADA BUSINESS SCHOOL.

  • 20 years of experience as a professional in Human Resources and more than a decade of experience as a Consultant, Trainer and Team Coach, specialized in Leadership, High Performing Teams and Cultural Transformation, in companies like: Telefonica, Ferrovial, Novartis, Grupo Santander, DSV, Everis, Repsol, GMAC and CaixaBank.


High Performing Teams & Cultural Transformation

  • Masters Degrees in Organisational Psychology and Applied Social Psychology 

  • International Leadership & Organisational Coaching (EADA Business School, Spain) 

  • Graduate degree in Counselling Skills (Australian College of Applied Pscychology, Sydney, Australia).

  • Supporting scale-ups in growth towards more mature organisations by establishing a strong HR foundation

  • Driving important global strategic initiatives such as helping define company core values and provide leadership and (team) coaching to embrace these new values

  • Execute and facilitate leadership transformation programmes focusing on self-development for global companies.


Organisational Psychology & Leadership


What motivates you the most in your day to day work?


I thrive in situations where I am allowed to build bridges between people and ideas in order that they can drive their business more successfully. I am energised by millennials´ who still have a desire to change the world, this strongly resonates with the free (and at times still rebellious!) inner child that is very much alive within me. I feel reinvigorated when I have restored trust in a team of senior professionals re-engaging and enabling them to focus 100% again on getting the things done making a difference within their team and company. 


What exactly is resilience and why is that important in organisational change?


Resilience is the capacity to prepare for, recover from and adapt in the face of stress, challenge or adversity. We all know that the world is increasingly volatile and unpredictable, and organisations are called to adapt to ever-changing conditions. Individual change is prerequisite for successful business transformation, so it is essential that we build our own resilience and give our people and teams the tools to build theirs and sustain their energy.

  • MA in Communications (University of Washington DC)

  • Certified in Transformational Change in Human Systems, Executive and Team Coaching 

  • Certified Integral facilitator, HeartMath trainer (Individual and Team Resilience)

  • Board Chair at ASML Women

  • 15+ years experience in Organisational Change Management and Leadership Development

  • Business Transformation & Operations Specialist


Business Transformation & Resilience

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