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Monica Albuja

CEO, MCC Coach & Mentor Coach

Monica is an Innovative Strategist Coach and Leader with an excel balance between her Marketing Mix Career and her Executive Coaching and Leadership background, with a proven track record in Organization Development, Talent Management, Capability Building, Change Leadership and Effective Communication. Senior Practitioner at EMCC, Master Practitioner for NLP 

MCC (Master Certified Coach) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) Active Member of the Competences Committee of ICF Spain and Senior Ontological Coach by Rafael Echeverria and Julio Olalla (Newfield) Hogan Leadership Certified Coach

She has a deep passion exploring how the intersection of communication, neuroscience and coaching belongs to the human transformation to modify, transform and improve the way we work, communicate and relate with each other in order to lead our lives, jobs and companies.

She has spent the past 20 years working effectively with many top companies and CEOs, executives, managers, entrepreneurs and business school students. 

With a enormous sense of value on her coaching legacy, she also contributes with ICF working on the excellence, upgrading the present and future coaching quality as Mentor and Supervisor Coach for coaches who desire a new ICF credential in their coaching knowledge and wisdom (ACC and PCC) and at the Leadership and Coaching ACTP Program at EAE Business School.

She currently lives in Madrid and Ibiza. She enjoys embracing new cultures at the same time she travels and explores the World. And now writing her first book.

Years of coaching experience – 11+

What to expect from Monica’s lecture:

Organizations worldwide spend roughly $356 billion on leadership development efforts. 75% of the organizations rated their leadership development programs as not very effective. As coaches, the current situation we are globally facing must be seen as an opportunity to go further in terms of leadership, understanding how coaching can create the greatest impact on leaders who have to lead through these uncertain moments and also on our coaching businesses. Most leadership development efforts overlook a specific attribute that is foundational to how leaders think, learn, and behave: their mindsets. Mindsets are leaders’ mental lenses that dictate what information they take in and use to make sense of and navigate the situations they encounter. Mindsets drive what leaders do and why. If mindsets are so important, how to coach a leader mindset now? how to be ready as a coach to excell that?