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Videoconferencia en Español Gabriela Maldonado - Montano 2016-04-22

Tres Principios Supermind

Start Date:
Jun 1, 2016 6:00 PM PST
End Date:
Jun 1, 2016 7:30 PM PST
Speakers:
Gabriela Maldonado-Montano
  1. Ana Holmback




    Gabriela Maldonado-Montano's website
    Durante más de 20 años Gabriela ha trabajado potenciando las habilidades naturales en los seres humanos a nivel personal y profesional en organizaciones de los sectores público y privado. Se ha centrado en dar a conocer las leyes fundamentales del potencial humano que impactan en el desempeño laboral y en las relaciones humanas. Animada por los resultados altamente innovadores de sus clientes, Gabriela fundó TrueChange Consultants para asesorar a organizaciones que desean afrontar sus retos, alcanzar sus metas y desarrollar sus aspiraciones.

    Ha pasado 13 años trabajando en múltiples organizaciones del Condado de Santa Clara. Ha dirigido proyectos en hospitales, centros correccionales, escuelas, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y servicios sociales – enseñando cómo mantener un alto rendimiento, prosperar y evitar el desgaste en situaciones estresantes.

    Gabriela asesora en el área del potencial humano y abarca una amplia gama de organizaciones nacionales e internacionales, entre ellos organizaciones no lucrativas, agencias gubernamentales, empresas familiares y las empresas multinacionales.

    Actualmente vive en Silicon Valley, le encanta vivir en esta “meca” de la innovación, donde disfruta viendo la creatividad de la mente humana que crea constantemente nuevas ideas empresariales. Uno de sus puntos fuertes es trabajar para crear sinergia en equipos étnica y culturalmente diversos.

    Personalmente Gabriela se enfoca en ayudar a los niños a llevar una vida feliz. Ha sido co-directora de Center for Sustainable Change, organización estadounidense sin ánimo de lucro que tiene como objetivo transformar la vida de los niños y jóvenes en peligro. En la actualidad sigue apoyando activamente a esta organización y trabajando para ella.

    Gabriela Maldonado-Montano

    Gabriela directs our growing number of programs for family-owned businesses across the world. Many programs are provided in Spanish and are transforming the fortunes and futures of family-run enterprises. By helping them work harmoniously, grow substantially and plan strategically, they rise to meet the challenges of change, succession and transition.
    For over 20 years Gabriela has worked to release the natural genius within individuals, teams and organizations. She started her career in the nonprofit and public sectors focused on unleashing human potential through sharing the basic laws of performance. Driven and inspired by the highly innovative and collaborative results of her clients she branched out into organizational consulting. Gabriela co-founded TrueChange Consultants, to assist organizations to meet challenges and rise to the their highest aspirations.
    She spent 13 years transforming the health and wellbeing of employees in government health and human services in California. Within Santa Clara County government services, she lead projects across a wide breadth of government departments including hospitals, probation, corrections and social services – where she taught people how to thrive, maintain high performance and avoid burn out when working in deeply traumatic and intense circumstances.
    Gabriela’s human potential consulting work now spans a wide range of national and international organizations including non-profits, government agencies, family-owned businesses and multi-national firms.
    Currently Gabriela lives in the Silicon Valley and loves living in this “mecca” of innovation, where she enjoys how the creativity of the human mind is constantly bringing new entrepreneurial ideas to life. One of her great strengths is working seamlessly with ethnically and culturally diverse organizations.
    Gabriela’s heart lies in helping children lead joyful lives. She was co-director for The Center for Sustainable Change, a U.S. national nonprofit which aims to transform the lives of children and youth in distress. She continues to actively support and work with this organization.