My mission is to help peaple
You decided to lead a change or step into a new life path. Now when you are on the path of change things don't look as you anticipated.
How can you dare yourself to stay on this path when everything is so challenging and different than what you have expected? How can you keep trusting your decisions and take the next step when you feel lost? How can you communicate your vision with others and make them trust you?
Who can you trust to consult about your challenges right now?
The DARE Model is the result of my 20 years of work in the change field as a change management consultant, HR and Talent and Development professional and as a coach. The DARE model, like me, is diverse and incorporate east and west ideas with old and new philosophies. The ancient philosophers had wisdom we should not ignore and I can see that when I incorporate mindfulness, and other ancient techniques with the modern reality, teams, leaders and individuals feel much more balanced, connected and focused to bring results and get things done.
to learn more about the DARE model click here.
Do you get THE RESULTS YOU WANT?
You decided to go on a personal change, lead a cultural change, or career change, but now when you stepped to the path of change things don't look as you anticipated. You might feel stuck worrying to make more mistakes, or you want to perfect things and then take the first step. Either way, you don't see the results you want. So what's next?
My clients are global leaders, diverse teams, social leaders, expatriates and individuals who are going through change and don't see the results they want.
Contact me to schedule design your vision and coaching path. In this free 30 minutes call we will identify your gaps, we will identity (or get clear) about your priorities and make a plan including timeline.
Getting messy is different than being messy. Being messy is about beating yourself up for your mistakes, or for procrastinating. Getting messy is about aiming to achieve goals rather than achieving a goal .
You are willing to start when things are not perfect, you feel okay with correcting yourself while still being on the move. The focus changes from perfecting to experimenting. Stress goes down and creativity goes up.
My messy blog is my way of walking my talk of getting messy and being okay with sharing uncomfortable situations that make me and my clients grow.