I have been developing and delivering training sessions
for over 16 years with great passion.

My training style focuses on learning experiences as relevant as possible for the participants, on authentic discussions, to the point, aiming the direct interaction, thus avoiding long and non-essential speeches.

My vision about training is that of a noble profession that fulfills you and rewards you immediately in terms of the results that you can achieve with the participants during the training sessions and later on through their career development.

I started this journey in the world of non-formal education by volunteering in an NGO through which I offered sex education sessions in Bucharest high schools. At that time, the sessions were named "Family Life Education" and "Behavior Change Communication". This was a small naming trick to facilitate access during those classes. It was the first time I realized the power of information provided at the right time to people who were seemingly omniscient and disinterested in the subject.

From here, things evolved rapidly towards international training experiences. During 2004-2006 I learned from the vast experience of international trainers and I developed perhaps the most important principles that guide me and are my backbone in building and delivering experiential learning sessions.

Afterwards, my experience was enriched by managing a national project in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior. Here I learned how important the needs analysis and the adaptation of the training content to the specifics of the participants is.

In 2006 I considered it the right time to practice training - which had already become an important part of my life - in the business environment. Thus, I started collaborating with a company that delivers exclusively team building to companies in the Romanian business market. The transition was not an easy one but it was full of valuable lessons. I had the opportunity to sell and deliver events for organizations from fields such as telecom, banking, automotive, consulting, pharma and FMCG. From here, I followed a natural step towards soft skills sessions by collaborating with a renowned company in the Romanian training market.

The biggest dilemma I had at the time was whether a successful training with positive feedback from students is enough to change the company's results.

The consequence of this dilemma was that in 2009 I decided to work as an internal trainer in a pharma organization. The 5 years spent inside that company have shown me that the results are as real as possible and that the efficiency of a course depends largely on the skills of the trainer, open communication and authenticity in speech.

Following the principle of "practice what you preach" I consider that each trainer has the duty to experience the work within a large organization in order to better understand the processes and dynamics of relationships.