Gain new tools and confidence to break through limitations, and skills to lead, inspire and connect on
a higher level with Your colleges. Improve the skills of the future: cognitive flexibility, creativity,
critical thinking, emotional intelligence, service orientation, judgement and decision making,
negotiation and complex problem solving.

When you practice personal leadership, you use every ounce of your potential with inspiration.


I offer 20 years of experience in developing and implementing innovative
operational strategies with the goal of improving business performance to meet company objectives and contributing to the bottom line.

I believe strategic planning is an excellent occasion to explore the highest overview, re-define ourselves and create our own future.

I design and lead innovative Organizational Development programs. I train and coach leaders, musicians, and creative minds.


We are a group of positive fanatics who stubbornly and persistently refuse to accept the impossible,
the negative.


Personal leadership is the leadership of the self. It is the ability to define a direction for your
leadership and life, and to move in that direction with consistency and clarity.

When you practice personal leadership, you lead from the inside out. This process requires
awareness of your decisions, way of thinking, communication and behavior. Asking yourself, how can
you be, think and act in order to be your best. To do that, you should periodically turn away from the
routines and spend some time to be reflective – to explore your inner boundaries and discover your
true self.

To practice personal leadership, you apply the principles of leadership that make businesses a
success to yourself. Leading yourself means applying these same principles of leadership to your role
as a leader and your life. You, too, need a compelling vision and a strategy for reaching it. You need a
team supporting you. You need results, as well as a sense of contribution and purpose. The
difference is that personal leadership doesn’t just make for better
business; it makes for better leadership. It makes for a better you.