I think being a mentor is an honour and a mission because it gives the chance to build a valuable relationship between the mentor and the mentee but also to build a positive and deep impact on this latter's private and professional life
As a Professional Coach, my mission is to follow and help people be happy and successful by discovering their inner potential and finding together the right tools to fully exploit it. My clients experience improvements in their leadership skills and areas like work-life balance, productivity, goal achievement, time management, and stress reduction.
I love Coaching because it is a very powerful tool that really leads people to achieve their personal and professional goals. When I work with my clients, I help them create meaningful actions to attain their goals, understand what is holding them back, and I support them in holding themselves accountable to take action.
At the same time, as a Leadership Trainer, I love to transmit the necessary knowledge and personal experience to people involved in leadership roles by starting from the basics.
I also write articles for business magazines such as Brainz, Authority Magazine and UpJourney and am currently a reviewer for StyleCraze.
In my career, I managed a group of 15 people involved in home care services for 8 years, and during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic I had the chance to successfully "test" my leadership skills in very difficult situations an emergency times. This experience drastically impacted on my passion for leadership.
In 2021, I was featured on the CREA Global Awards List 2021 – Brainz Magazine's prestigious list of honorees recognized for their creative ideas, adaptability in business, or their work with sustainability or mental health. This is a big honour for me. Furthermore, it is something that pushes me to always do better and grow on my professional path.
In 2022, I received the prestigious award IADPES (Pax et Salus International Diplomatic Academy) as part of the Books for Peace 2022 award ceremony. The Academy pursues the objective of social solidarity and every diplomatic action to ensure Peace and Health in the world for the most complete affirmation of the rights of the person in its expression.
I strongly believe happiness is a direction to take, a path towards self-realization. So, my intention is to increase the quality of people's lives, despite the difficulties they could find in their way.
My personal journey hasn't been easy but it has helped me improve and understand many things, mostly about myself. If you're willing to get in the game, I would be glad to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
My Mentoring Topics
- Effective Leadership
- Time management
- Work-Life Balance
- Relationships Improvement
- Career Transition
- Communication Efficacy
- Personal Development
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