Welcome to my TRAINING services for the Professional Success, through the development of TALENT and STRENGTHS. I offer you three proven methods for their efficiency and effectiveness to achieve learning goals: 

  1. Experiential learning  
  2. Active reviewing®
  3. Andragogy

In general, the main issues we can work on are:

  • Leading change
  • High performing teams
  • Feedback
  • Communication and interculturality

I have studied proven methods for their efficiency and effectiveness to achieve learning goals, completing 194 hours. I have attended and presented workshops in the Experiential Educators Europe (2014-) and Barcamp Italy (2016-2017), to prepare me as an Experiential Facilitator. I attended Active Reviewing® training, taught by world-renowned exponent Roger Greenaway (2012). I learned about Andragogy, adult education and workshop design in 2003 at the Centro para instrucción marítima Chile (Maritime training and instruction center). Psychologist (2001) of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso) Chile, graduated with Cum Laude.

I've done 128 Workshops (1592 Hours) and

36 Outdoor (314 Hours).

Training is a service that I offer since 2001, helping to develop Talent and Strengths to leaders, high performance teams and professionals of companies and public services.

Founded the Talento y Fortalezas (Talent and Strengths) company in Chile, has allowed me to start a business of services in People Management and to lead, create and direct work teams. Also speaking Spanish, English, German and Portuguese, and having lived and worked in South America and Europe, enables me to support people and organizations in intercultural and international contexts.

How to deal with TRAUMA during a training?

Script authors: Aga Leśny, Carlos Bobbert, Joanna Keller.

A facilitator may face situations of crisis, conflict and trauma whilst conducting a workshop. Together with Aga Lesney, we organized a 5 days seminar on this topic and obtained EU funds to carry it out. This generous support allowed us to invite and listen to the diverse experience of 25 trainers from 5 different countries in Europe (Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland and Romania). One of the relevant results was a kind of behavioral "algorithm" to face such a situation, with concrete steps and activities for the trainer and the group.

We wrote two articles on the subject. This article is about the theoretical characteristics of crisis, conflict and trauma situations during a training. https://epale.ec.europa.eu/pl/node/153812

This other article is a practical guide on how to deal with TRAUMA during training. https://epale.ec.europa.eu/pl/node/153813

The articles and "algorithm" are an outcome of the international seminar "Overwork the process" co-founded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.