Organizations & Teams

They say there’s no ‘I’ in team.

I tend to disagree. There may be no ‘I’, but there’s certainly a ‘me’.

A team is only as good as the individuals on it.

And an organization is only as good as its teams.

Does that mean that one person’s voice is louder than the collective? It shouldn’t. But to create greatness together, we need to understand what each member brings to the table. And the hardest part starts with self-awareness.

Understanding our own ‘why’, our deepest motivations, our internal compass is the key to creating a solid foundation from which to launch ourselves.

It’s this foundation that shows us that our differences are really advantages. When we can tap into each member and view them with positive intent, trust organically grows.

And trust is a key factor in building successful teams. With trust we build stability, generate compassion and create hope.


When we lead together with heart and conviction and we WILL change the world.


Strengths Awareness

The first step is always self-awareness and nothing makes me happier than watching people finally have their ‘lightbulb’ moment and to embrace their own power. People finally have permission to be themselves.

roles & paths

Working together with individuals and managers, to ensure that each member’s talents are being maximized and utilized for the highest productivity, greatest satisfaction, least amount of stress and best chance of success.

strategic communication

I love clarity and inspiration in communication. Whether creating consensus or understanding between two people or crafting inspiring messages to share with others, strengths is my secret weapon.

culture & camaraderie

Strengths, for me, is the fastest way to build better teams. Using a common language develops trust, demonstrate how differences are an advantage, brings clarity to internal & external motivations, and increases compassion.

My two lenses of focus & framework

Strengths-Based Leadership

According to Gallup, the four needs of followers are:





These serve as the 4 pillars when working with both
leadership teams and those stepping up in position.

Conscious Business

I follow the tenets of Conscious Capitalism:




Stakeholder Engagement

These serve as the 4 pillars when developing or affecting culture change and engagement.

Partners & Clients

I’ve had the privilege of working with and for some wonderful companies. While some companies prefer confidentiality, I have worked with small businesses (>50) to major Fortune 500 companies and international, luxury retail brands. I currently serve organizations in the USA, Panama, Mexico, Chile, Spain, Costa Rica and Canada and have had clients from over 20 other countries as well. Trainings and workshops are offered in both English and Spanish, in person or virtually. You can read more about me and my background here.

How can I help?

Send me a note and let’s connect to see how I can be of service. I look forward to speaking with you!

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