PARTNER | DIRECTOR
With more than 20 years of professional experience, Alejandro is always looking for new challenges. He tends to become passionately involved in the development of complex projects. His teams are focused on doing everything to the best of their abilities, with constant self-improvement as their motto.
Alejandro has never been one to stay inside his comfort zone. He has lived in Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Santiago de Chile, continually travelling across Latin America, generating new business, and leading organizations through transformation processes. He studied as a Public Accountant at the University of Belgrano and has earned certifications in Change Management (from Prosci) and Ontological Coaching (from the Newfield Institute). He’s constantly on the move and active, running, skiing, and practicing crossfit in his spare time. Wherever he is, Alejandro is always a positive influence to those around him.
Organizations and their leaders must manage both their own emotions and those of others in different ways. It used to be that they could do this in successive steps, but now they have to manage everyone’s emotions at once.
Managing emotions is one of the greatest challenges a leader can face.
In the world of work, we’re increasingly talking about hybrid office models. Yet we often do so within a framework that’s resistant to change. What’s the secret behind a truly hybrid, irregular model?
Today we have to ask a question we haven’t asked in over 200 years: why should our collaborators come to the office?