Begoña de las Llanderas - Certified Coach - Spain

Begoña de las Llanderas

Begoña de las Llanderas holds a University Degree in Communication (Universidad Complutense, Madrid) Postgraduate in Marketing (Madrid Chamber of Commerce and Industry) Certified Coach (CTI / ICF) & ORSC (CRR Global). She worked in the advertising and media industries and is considered as an excellent communicator.

During past 16 years she performed her professional career in The Boston Consulting Group, Her current focus is on Human Resources as Human Resources manager for the Business Services Team in Spain. She does selection and recruiting functions together with people’s training and development.

Begoña is a certified coactive coach (CPCC) and an organization and relational systems coach (ORSC). She has been trained on multiple methods and tools to enrich people’s development and individual or team management: Competencies HR management technics (220 hours – FES), Talent Q, Firo B–Participating in Teams, Process Communication (ProCom), Director-Coach (Institut Gestalt) Leadership and delegation skills (TMI), Motivation and Self-development. (ISAVIA), Leadership  and Team management (ISAVIA), The 4 disciplines of execution (Frankin Covey-Cegos), Communication skills (Javier Reyero, Harold Zuñiga), People’s Director (IESE-IRCO), The Coaching Game (The Coaches) and many others.

Begoña enjoys dealing with people and cultural diversity. She has traveled intensively throughout the whole world and has learned about the power of diversity. She lived in USA, Mexico and currently in Spain and has always worked in multinational environments.

For seven years, she has participated in Living Meki, a volunteering program that she founded in Meki (Ethiopia) to stimulate education and health in the region of Oromía ( and has volunteered in several other projects in India.

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