Agnes has worked for 15 years, 10 of which were abroad (USA, Romania, France, Germany), operating large international companies such as Siemens, Dannon and Faurecia. She has managed complex and challenging contexts, such as mergers, acquisitions, globalisation or critical economic or operational crisis. Agnes has been in diverse strategic and operational positions of performance management, and has led worldwide teams, in areas such as strategic planning, finance, sales and marketing, project and acquisition or purchasing. Agnes knows and deeply understands large matrix organisations, tools, stakes and performance pressure in multinational companies and teams. Her expertise lies in follow up, measurement and performance improvement in intercultural and cross functional teams.
Agnes is recognised for igniting teams helping them to work together, go above their difference and collaborate on common projects. This is what she manages with her customers and other coaches when they design and deploy corporate training or transformation programmes for executives and high potentials.
Agnes’s professional passion is focused on triggering visible impact and transformation for executive, talents and teams. She helps executive teams to connect to each other, to operate naturally and go about their differences, to align to their performance and coherence. She supports executives and talents to connect to their identity and potential and explore their way forward in their context and life. Agnes is a driven, results oriented and highly sociable development specialist. Agnes has energy, ambition and combines this with a seamless approach, bringing clarity in complex situations or contexts.
MBA in EMLyon
Trained at International Mozaik, a systemic coaching school accredited ICF
Over 500 hours coaching, over 40 different nationality cultures coach supervised
Trained to Myers Briggs, 360 and emotional intelligence questionnaires, professional co-development, Lumina, DISC…
“We all owe to ourselves, to others and to the world to use wisely our time, resources and potential to make a difference. Now, for that, coaching can help on the way.”