In my role as an executive coach, I work with managers from both small- and medium-sized companies and family-owned businesses, to large multinational corporations.
From 2008 to 2019, I was a partner and founder of Coaching Catalunya, a Barcelona-based association that offered consulting services and coaching processes for organizations and executives. At the same time, I worked at a medical center for nine years as the director and head of psychology.
Since 2011, I have served as an external executive coach at the Coaching Unit of IESE Business School, consistently ranked among the best in the world by The Financial Times. IESE’s Coaching Unit strives to offer a personalized development process integrated into its executive education programs.
As part of my collaboration with IESE, I have also worked with professors and coaches at Fútbol Club Barcelona roller hockey team to co-create a case study on the outstanding characteristics of high-performance teams, with the aim of applying these key learnings to a corporate context. My years as a semi-professional athlete, combined with my education and experience as a sports psychologist, are what inspire me to continuously look for connections between the fields of sports and business.
As an executive coach, I have worked with mid-level and senior managers from a variety of organizations, including Accenture, Acciona, Aena, Allianz, Anglo American, BBVA, Boehringer Ingelheim, CaixaBank, CBRE, Chupa Chups, Codorníu, Dia, Gas Natural Fenosa, JTI, Lear, L’Oreal, LATAM Airlines, Merck, Michael Page, Oracle, Pfizer, Salesforce, Telefónica, United Nations and Wacker, among others.
Leadership, team management, self-awareness and change management are some of my areas of focus and among those that most motivate me in my work with global executives.